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2018-19 Graduate Student Fellows

2018-19 Graduate Student Fellows

(Left to right: Sarah M. Gorman, Kadiri J. Vaquer Fernández, Lauren A. Mitchell, Emma L. Banks,  
Iyaxel Cojti Ren, Katherine R. McKenna, and Amaryah S. Armstrong)


Spring Public Lecture Series:

All lectures take place at the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities at 4:10 p.m.


Thursday, March 21
Amaryah S. Armstrong,  American Studies Fellow
“Blackness and the Problem of Belonging: Political Theological Readings of the Family”
Department of Religion


Tuesday, March 26
Iyaxel Cojti Ren
“The Emergence of the Ancient Kaqchikel Polity: A Case of Ethnogenesis in the Guatemalan Highlands”
Department of Anthropology


Thursday, March 28
Emma L. Banks
Rising from the Ashes: Remaking Community Around Conflict and Coal
Department of Anthropology


Monday, April 8
Kadiri J.  Vaquer Fernández,  Joe and Mary Harper Fellow
“Atrévete te-te Salte del Clóset: Sexual and Political Provocations in Puerto Rican Cultural Production”
Department of Spanish and Portuguese


Tuesday, April 16
Katherine R. McKenna
Chaste, Obedient, and Silent Voluble?: Women Writers and the Myth of Venice in the Age of Lepanto
Department of History


Wednesday, April 17
Sarah M. Gorman,  George J. Graham, Jr. Fellow
“The Role of Waste in Modern Philosophy”
Department of Philosophy


Monday, April 22
Lauren A. Mitchell,  Elizabeth E. Fleming Fellow
“Demonizing Mothers: Psychodrama and Corporeal Punishment in Ari Aster’s Hereditary"
Department of English





Graduate Student Fellows, 2006-2017