Colloquium Series

Winter 2018

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All Colloquia will take place in JFSB 4010 at 3:00pm unless otherwise specified.

brian-croxall

January 18

Brian Croxall (Digital Humanities)

 “Test Tubes, Book Spines, and Broken Contracts”

January 25

Julia Lupton (UC Irvine)

“Trust in Theater: An Entry into Shakespeare’s Virtues”

janis_nuckolls

February 15

Janis Nuckolls (Linguistics)

“The Role of Onomatopoeia in Renaissance English, Radical Protestantism, and Ideas about Language and Nature

Milette-Shamir

February 22

Milette Shamir (Tel Aviv University)

“Henry James and the Aesthetics of Dignity”

hague, daryl

March 1

Daryl Hague (Spanish & Portuguese)

 

Heather Belnap Jensen-sm

March 8

Heather Belnap (Comparative Arts & Letters)

“Representations of Violence Against Women in Restoration France”

March 29

Chip Oscarson (Comparative Arts & Letters)

 

Mont Saint Michel cloister

April 5

Roundtable Discussion

“Faith & Imagination in the College”

Fall 2017

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All Colloquia will take place in JFSB 4010 at 3:00pm unless otherwise specified.

Learn Linguistics through Magnifying Glass.

September 14

Roundtable Discussion

“Is Linguistics Part of the Humanities?”

steve-riep

September 21

Steve Riep (Asian & Near Eastern Languages)

“Rethinking War: Unofficial History, Missing Veterans, and “Concrete” Images of (Dis)ability”

Hester-Oberman

September 28          **4101 JFSB**

Hester Oberman (University of Arizona)

“Religion and Medical & Health Humanities”

Christian-Ahihou

October 12

Christian Ahihou (French & Italian)

 “The Issue of African Emigration in Le ventre de l’Atlantique by Fatou Diome”

cecily_raynor

October 26

Cecily Raynor (McGill University)

“Using Digital Methods to Approach Contemporary Writing: Case Studies from Latin America”

Dawan-Coombs

November 2

Dawan Coombs (English)

 “Ideological Becoming: The Possibilities of Dialogical Pedagogy”

katya_jordan

November 16

Katya Jordan (German & Russian)

“Turgenev’s Fatherless Children and the Rise of Populism”

Philip-Barlow

December 7

Philip Barlow (Utah State University)

“Shards of Combat: the War in Heaven as an Idea”