Current Schedule

All events are listed in Central Time. This quarter, they will all be in-person, but you can join us via Zoom as well. Please contact Leon Pradeau (lpradeau@uchicago.edu) or Kyra Schulman (kschulman1@uchicago.edu) to join our mailing list & receive papers and Zoom links!

Friday, October 21, 12.00pm – Walker Museum (Room 302)

“The Frontage Road to Nineteenth-Century Capitalism: How Local Justice Transformed Credit Relationships in Revolutionary Paris,” a talk by Katie Jarvis, Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. Colin Jones, Professor of History at Queen Mary University of London, will serve as respondent.

Friday, November 4, 12.00 – Walker Museum (Room 302)

“Reexamining sécularisation and laïcisation: The Case of Eliminating the Catholic Faculties of Theology from the State University in the Early Third Republic,” by Arthur Clement, PhD Candidate in History at the University of Chicago.

Friday, November 18, 12.00 – Walker Museum (Room 302)

“Les relations internationales dans le théâtre de Pierre Corneille,” by Amine Bouhayat, PhD Candidate in French and Francophone Studies at the University of Chicago.

Friday, December 2, 12.00 – Walker Museum (Room 302)

“In Defense of the Self: Proof, Public Opinion, and the Art of Autobiography in the works of Rousseau and Voltaire” by Ryan Brown, PhD Candidate in French and Francophone Studies at the University of Chicago.