We are pleased to announce the Spring 2017 schedule. We will meet on alternate Fridays at 4:00pm in Foster 505. Refreshments will be served.
The schedule is as follows:
“Voices from the South: The Making of Subaltern Studies in Italy”
David Gutherz, PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought
“Ottomanism Is the Answer, But What Was the Question?”
Madeleine Elfenbein, PhD Candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
“The Play of Virtue: A Transnational Intellectual History of Revolutionary Losers in Modern Japan”
Sho Konishi, Associate Professor in Modern Japanese History, The University of Oxford*
*Please note, Professor Konishi will also be presenting a public lecture for the Japan Committee at 12pm in the Social Sciences Tea Room on Thursday May 4th.
“Texts, Contexts, and Orders of Enchantment”
Lily Huang, PhD Candidate, History of Science
“The African-American Scholar: Alexander Crummell, Black Romanticism, and Early Ideas about Intellectual Life in the Free North”
Peter Wirzbicki, Harper-Schmidt Fellow, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences