This Quarter’s Schedule
Language, Translation, Historicity
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Monday, April 3rd at 4:30pm in the Community Room at 5733 S University Ave
Koritha Mitchell, Associate Professor of English, The Ohio State University
“Making Home & Making Citizenship—from Scratch”
Lecture; no pre-circulated paper.
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POSTPONED TO FALL 2017
Monday, April 10th at 4:30pm in Location TBA
Kate Marshall, Associate Professor of English, University of Notre Dame
Presented by the Animal/Nonhuman Workshop
Monday, April 24th at 12pm in Cobb 219
Oscar Chavez, Ph.D. Candidate, English, University of Chicago
“Art Spiegelman and the Jewishness of American Comix”
Monday, May 1st at 12pm in Cobb 219
Sara Marcus, Ph.D. Candidate, English, Princeton University
“Disappointment, Voice, and Feminist Politics, Late 1970s-Early 1980s”
Monday, May 15th at 12pm in Cobb 219
Rivky Mondal, Ph.D. Student, English, University of Chicago
“The Ethos of the Amateur: Roger Fry’s Ethics of Translation”
Monday, May 22nd at 12pm in Cobb 219
Lauren Jackson, Ph.D. Student, English, University of Chicago
“Post-Cool Blues Scenes and Beyond”
Monday, June 5th at 12pm in Cobb 219
Ana Ilievska, Ph.D. Candidate, Comparative Literature, University of Chicago
“The Sounds of Progress: Cities, Man, and the Machine in Eça de Queiroz and Luigi Pirandello”
Monday, June 5th at 4:30pm in Rosenwald 432
Christopher Nealon, Professor and Chair, English, Johns Hopkins University
“In the Dark with Brian Blanchfield” and “Value, or The Limits of the Literary”
Presented with the Poetry and Poetics Workshop
A reception to cap off the year will be announced at a later date.
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