A weekly interdisciplinary colloquium series for sharing graduate research across the humanities. Join us for light refreshments and weekly presentations by your fellow graduate students.
Fridays from 12:00 – 1:30pm in Humanities 1, Room 202
The Institute for Humanities Research, with the generous support of the departments of Literature, History of Consciousness, Anthropology, Feminist Studies, HAVC, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology and Sociology as well as the GSA and GSC.
Fall 2014 Schedule:
October 10th – Erica Smeltzer, Literature, “Porous Time in the City of Gdansk/Danzig”
October 17th – SA Smythe, History of Consciousness, “Culture as the Site of War: On the Production of Italianta”
October 24th – Jeffrey Omari, Anthropology, “Cyber Insecurity: Intellectual Property, Urbn Development, and Civic Unrest in Brazil”
October 31st – Joan Raspo, DANM BIRTH OF STARS: a play that asks “What would you give up to gain the universe?”
November 7th – Amena Coronado, Philosophy, “The Discipline of Suffering”
November 14th – Stephanie Montgomery, History, “Convicts and Mothers: Gender, Criminality, and the Prison in China 1927-1953”
November 21st – Sandra Harvey, Politics, “The HeLa Bomb and the Science of Unveiling:
December 5th – Crystal Am Nelson, HAVC, “We Ain’t Gotta Be This: Queering Sities of Blackness, an Aesthetic Approach”
December 12th – Madeline Lane-McKinley, Literature, “Free Love Utopias: A Feminist Spatial Analysis of New Communalism”