The Modern France Workshop is pleased to announce its Fall 2010 schedule. This year’s workshop will be taking place in Wieboldt 408 at 4:00 pm (unless otherwise noted).
* October 8, 4:00 pm, Wieboldt #408
JEREMY POPKIN, University of Kentucky
“You Are All Free: The Haitian Revolution and the Abolition of Slavery”
* October 22, 4:00 pm, Wieboldt, #408
STEPHANIE FRANK, PhD Candidate, History of Religions, University of Chicago
“The problem of the theological-political analogy: Malebranche, Sieyès, and ‘Representation’ in the Revolutionary National Assembly.”
* October 25, 12:00 pm, Pick Hall, #506
FRANCOISE MELONIO, Université paris Sorbonne, Institut d’Etudes Politique de Paris
“Interpreting a Correspondence: the Case of Tocqueville”
A joint session of the Worshops on Modern France and on Political Theory.
* November 5, 4:00 pm, Wieboldt, #408
EMILY OSBORN, History, University of Chicago
“Colonialism, Republicanism, and Gender in French West Africa”
* November 8, 5:00 pm, Social Science, #224 (John Hope Franklin Room)
LOIC CHARLES, Université de Paris Ouest, INED, EDIRC
“The Colonial Machine Dismantled: Science and Empire in the French Atlantic”
A joint session of the Modern France and the Early Modern Workshops.
* November 19, 4:00 pm, Wieboldt, #408
MARY ANGELO, PhD Candidate, RLL, University of Chicago
“Post-Revolutionary Women’s Fiction” Writing the Effacement of the Family”
* December 3, 4:00 pm, Wieboldt, #408
PAUL CHENEY, History, University of Chicago
“A Colonial Cul de Sac: Saint-Domingue during the American War of Independence”
We look forward to an exciting and enjoyable year!