Joel Rhone, Dec 2

The 20th/21st Century Workshop is pleased to welcome:

Joel Rhone

Ph.D Student in English, University of Chicago

The American South as Homeland: Articulations and Representations of Diaspora in the Harlem Renaissance

On Monday, December 2nd from 3pm-4:20pm in Classics 312.

with respondent Adrienne Brown, Associate Professor of English, University of Chicago

Joel’s paper, to be read in advance, is available here. The paper is password-protected, so please contact the workshop coordinators if you need access.

Please do not cite or circulate the works in progress without the author’s explicit consent.

This event is free and open to the public. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Please direct any questions and concerns to the workshop coordinators, Jordan Pruett (jpruett@uchicago.edu) and Zachary Hope (zhope@uchicago.edu)

Veerle Dierickx, Nov 25, 3pm

The 20th/21st Century Workshop is pleased to welcome:

Veerle Dierickx

Ph.D Candidate in Romance Languages and Literature, University of Chicago

Romain Rolland’s Jean Christophe and the River of Music Crossing Borders

On Monday, November 25 from 3pm-4:20pm in Classics 312.

with respondent Chiara Nifosi, Ph.D Candidate in Romance Languages and Literature, University of Chicago

Veerle’s paper, to be read in advance, is available here. The paper is password-protected, so please contact the workshop coordinators if you need access.

Please do not cite or circulate the works in progress without the author’s explicit consent.

This event is free and open to the public. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Please direct any questions and concerns to the workshop coordinators, Jordan Pruett (jpruett@uchicago.edu) and Zachary Hope (zhope@uchicago.edu)

Nicholas Baer, October 28, 3pm

The 20th/21st Century Workshop is pleased to welcome:

Nicholas Baer

Collegiate Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

Things as They Could Have Happened: Siegfried Kracauer and the Historical Film

On Monday, October 28 from 3pm-4:20pm in Classics 312.

with respondent Tom Gunning, Edwin A. and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies, Department of Art History, and the College

Nicholas’s paper, to be read in advance, is available here. The paper is password-protected, so please contact the workshop coordinators if you need access.

Please do not cite or circulate the works in progress without the author’s explicit consent.

This event is free and open to the public. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Please direct any questions and concerns to the workshop coordinators, Jordan Pruett (jpruett@uchicago.edu) and Zachary Hope (zhope@uchicago.edu)

Jim Hodge, October 14, 3pm

PLEASE NOTE: the meeting room for this session has been changed. It was originally listed as Rosenwald 405 but will now meet in Classics 312.

The 20th/21st Century Workshop is pleased to welcome:

James J. Hodge

Associate Professor of English, Northwestern University

Screwed: Anxiety and the Digital Ends of Anticipation

On Monday, October 14 from 3pm-4:20pm in Classics 312.

with respondent Patrick Jagoda, Professor of English and Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago

Jim’s paper, to be read in advance, is available here. The paper is password-protected, so please contact the workshop coordinators if you need access.

Please do not cite or circulate the works in progress without the author’s explicit consent.

This event is free and open to the public. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Please direct any questions and concerns to the workshop coordinators, Jordan Pruett (jpruett@uchicago.edu) and Zachary Hope (zhope@uchicago.edu)

Korey Williams, May 20th, Noon

Korey Williams

Ph.D Student in English, University of Chicago

“Towards a Theory of Kaleidoscopic Time”

Respondent:

C. Riley Snorton, Professor in the Department of English & Resident in the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality

Monday, May 20th

12pm – 1:20pm

Walker 403

Korey’s paper to be read in advance can be found here. It is password protected, so please contact the workshop coordinators if you need access: jpruett@uchicago.edu or mondal@uchicago.edu