Winter Schedule 2015

January 26th. 4:30 PM , Wieboldt 206. Phillip Henry, graduate student in the History Department, will be giving his paper “World War I and the Grenzen of Freudian Thought.”

* February 11th, 4:30 PM Foster 103. Joe Grim Feinberg, visiting scholar, will be presenting “The Windmills of Humanity: Presenting a New Translation of Czech Philosopher Ivan Sviták’s Writings on Politics and Culture.”

February 16th. 4:30 PM, Wieboldt 206. Roy Kimmey, graduate student in the History Department, will be giving his paper “Sculpting the Masculine Living Statue: history and Gender Representation in Dušan Makavejev’s Innocence Unprotected (Nevinost bez zaštite)

*February 25th, 5:00 PM. Franke Institute. John Feffer, visiting scholar will present “Backlash in East-Central Europe: What Happened to the Promise of 1989?”

* March 4th, 4:30 PM. Rosenwald 405. Aleida Assmann will be giving her talk “Forms of Forgetting.” Aleida Assmann is Chair of English Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Konstanz. Her research focuses on transnational and cultural memory studies, historical anthropology, and the history of media, with special emphasis on the Holocaust and trauma.

March 8th, 4:00 PM. Logan Center. Screening Room 201: Razredni sovražnik, Class Enemy, 2013. Discussion.


*Please note that the following presentation will not take place during regular meeting times.

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