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2014/2015 Graduate Fellows Spring Public Lecture Series

Graduate Fellows 2014-2015

Following is the schedule for this year’s talks which will all take place at 4:10 p.m. in the Warren Center’s conference room. 

Monday, March 23
Jessica K. Burch, American Studies Fellow
Department of History
"'Soap and Hope': Direct Sales and the Cultures of Work and Capitalism in Postwar America

Tuesday, March 31
Daniel L. McAuley
School of Modern Languages (French), Queen's University Belfast
"Lexical Innovation in the Banlieues: Social Group, Ethnicity, Language, and Identity"

Thursday, April 2
Amy G. Tan
Department of History
"Manuscript, Print, and the Christian Sabbath: A Puritan Author-Minister Negotiates Religious Conformity in England, 1633-1641"

Tuesday, April 7
Brendan J. M. Weaver
Department of Anthropology
"The Jesuit Wine Estates of Nasca: An Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Agrarian Slavery and the African Diaspora on the Colonial Andean Coast"

Friday, April 10
Adam B. Burgos, George J. Graham, Jr. Fellow
Department of Philosophy
"Between Equality and Resistance: An Outline of Fractured Social Holism"

Tuesday, April 14
Luis Menéndez-Antuña
Graduate Department of Religion
"Embodied Resistance: The Book of Revelation as Anti-Imperial Literature"

Tuesday, April 21
Carly A. Rush
Department of Sociology
"'Deaf Enough?': Category Pollution and the Politics of Living In-Between the Deaf and Hearing Worlds"

Wednesday, April 29
Kathleen R. DeGuzman, Elizabeth Fleming Fellow
Department of English
"Signs of the Times: John Ruskin, Jamaica Kincaid, and the Architecture of History"

 

Graduate Student Fellows, 2006-2014


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