Winter 2014 Schedule

Tuesday, January 14, 4:30 PM, Cobb 119: Esther Peters, “Before Writing”

Tuesday, February 11, Cobb 119, 4:30 PM: Alison Davis, “National Hermaphroditism in Bohemia and Moravia, 1939-1945”

Monday, February 17, Pick 319, 5PM (Co-sponsored with Early Modern Workshop): Howard Louthan, University of Florida, “A Model for Christendom? Erasmus, Poland and the Reformation”

Wednesday, February 19, Franke Institute, 4PM (Co-sponsored with CEERES), Jarosław Kuisz, University of Warsaw, “Dissident Culture, the Collapse of the Paper Press, and New Media: From New Europe to the Arab Spring (The Kultura Liberalna Internet Weekly Story)”

Tuesday, February 25, Cobb 119, 4:30 PM (Co-sponsored with the Theater and Performance Studies Workshop and the Center for East Europe and Russia/Eurasian Studies): Beth Holmgren, Duke University, “Theater under Siege: Cabaret in Occupied Poland and the II Polish Army Corps, 1939-1945.”

Wednesday, March 5, John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science 224) 5:00PM (Co-sponsored with Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe): Holly Case, Cornell University, “The Nineteenth Century as the Century of Questions, A Few Words Inspired by the Eastern Question.”

Tuesday, March 11, Cobb 119, 4:30: Malynne Sternstein, Lítost and Ressentiment, or, what’s the matter with reel realpolitiks?

Tuesday, March 18, Cobb 119, 4:30: Cheryl Stephenson, “Vadí/Nevadí: Puppet play in Věra Chytilová’s Daisies!”  Paper can be found by clicking here.  For the password please contact Daniel Pratt at

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