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2017-18 Graduate Student Fellow Public Lecture Series

All lectures will take place at 4:10 p.m. in the Warren Center conference room. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Friday, March 16
Wietske M. Smeele 
Elizabeth E. Fleming Fellow
“The Victorian Posthuman: Monstrous Bodies in Science and Literature”
Department of English


Monday, March 26
Alexandra Alekseyeva
George J. Graham, Jr. Fellow
"From Hegel to Spinoza: Ideology as the Social Pathology of Desire"
Philosophy Department


Wednesday, April 4
James Phelan
The Writer of Encyclopedic Life: Ulysses, Annotation, and the Literature of Information Overload"
Department of English

Monday, April 9
Rachel E. Skaggs
American Studies Fellow
“Writing Up: Commercial Success, Reputation, and the Career Pathways of Nashville Songwriters”
Department of Sociology


Tuesday, April 10
Danielle R. Picard
Resisting Robots: Analyzing the Human Factor in British Industrial Psychology, 1919-1939”
Department of History


Friday, April 13
David Vila Dieguez
Joe and Mary Harper Fellow
“Punk in Democratic Spain: Resisting Franco’s Legacy since 1975”
Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Wednesday, April 18
Sarah K. Koellner
“'All Persons Shall Be Equal Before the Camera:' Everyday Surveillance and the Value of Privacy Through the German Lens”
Department of German, Russian and East European Studies


Graduate Student Fellows, 2006-2017