Friday October 22, 3:30 pm
“Charron, Gassendi, and the Transmission of Montaigne’s Epistemology into 17th-Century French Thought”, by Benjamin Ransom, PhD Candidate in French and Francophone Literatures, The University of Chicago.
Friday November 5, 3:30 pm
“Contesting the Classroom: Reimagining Education in Moroccan and Algerian Literatures”, by Erin Twohig, Associate Professor in French and Francophone Literatures, Georgetown University.
Friday November 19, 3:30 pm
“Caricature, Skeleton, and the Baudelairean Self: the Emergence of Comicality in ‘Danse Macabre'”, by Xin Yan, MAPH Student, The University of Chicago.
Friday 4 December, 12:00 pm (Zoom)
“Montesquieu and The Federalist. A Contested Legacy”, by Hugo Toudic, PhD Candidate in History, The University of Chicago/CNRS.