Colloquium Series

Winter 2020

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

January 16

Francesca  Lawson (CAL), Steve Riep (ANEL), Mike Taylor (English), & Jim Toronto (ANEL) will lead the discussion

Roundtable Discussion about the Humanities and Non-Western Religions

January 23

Guide to the Classics: Dale Pratt

Why Does Don Quixote Matter Today?

January 31 @ 11:00 AM

Lauren Klein (Emory University)

The Shape of History: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody’s Feminist Visualization Work

February 6

Robert Hudson (French & Italian)

Clement Petitions: Translating Marot’s Verse Epistles as Critical Biography

February 13

Deanna Thompson (St. Olaf College)

Faith in a Traumatized World

February 20

Jennifer Bown (German & Russian)

Tracking the Development of Reading Proficiency

February 27

Cherice Montgomery (Spanish & Portuguese)

Cultivating 21st Century Competence Through Playable Case Studies

March 12

Nick Mason (English)

Reception Studies and the Digital Archive: What We Do, Don’t, and May Never Know about the History of Reading

March 19

Caroline Weber (Barnard College)

The Three Faces of Proust’s Duchess

April 2

Julie Damron (Asian & Near Eastern Languages) & Jennifer Dobberfuhl Quinlan (MTC Language Curriculum Manager)

Student Binge Studying, Recall and Success in a Blended Korean Class

Fall 2019

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

September 26

Greg Thompson (Spanish & Portuguese)

How foreign are the Advanced Placement world language exams? The case of ethnicity, bilinguality, and heritage learner candidates

October 3

Mary Eyring (English)

On Fire: Colonial Ecology and Atlantic Sympathy

October 10

Jesse Crisler (English), Cinzia Noble (French & Italian), & Fred Williams (Spanish & Portuguese)

Retirement Roundtable Discussion

 

October 24

Don Chapman (Linguistics)

Say X and not Y: Claims and Arguments in Prescriptivist Discourse

November 15; 12pm  (4188 JFSB)

Janet Ward (University of Oklahoma)

“Mother of Exiles”: The Statue of Liberty and the Legacy of the Holocaust

November 21

Katie Paxman (Philosophy)

Religion Founded in Skepticism: Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

December 5

TBA