Current Schedule

WINTER QUARTER 2018

Friday January 12, 4pm: Ellen McClure, Associate Professor of History and French and Francophone Studies, The Logic of Idolatry in Seventeenth-Century Theater: Molière and Racine.” With Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe. Wieboldt 207. *Note the irregular location. This event will be followed by a catered dinner at the same location.

Wednesday, January 17, 5pm: Suzanne Kaufman, “Incident at Sousse: African Soldiers, Foreign Legionnaires, and the Paradox of Colonial Policing in 1930s Tunisia.” With Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe, in Foster 103. *Note the irregular date, time, and location. This event will be followed by a catered dinner at Professor Auslander’s home.

Friday February 2, 4pm: Ji Gao, PhD Candidate in Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, “Publier la littérature vernaculaire dans la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle – Guillaume Roville, Benoît Rigaud et les libraires lyonnais.” In the John Hope Franklin Room (SS224).

Friday February 16, 4pm: Arthur Clement, PhD Student in History, “Secularism and Studying Religion Scientifically in the University during the Third Republic.” In the John Hope Franklin Room (SS224).

Friday March 2, 4pm: Julien Perrier-Chartrand, Postdoctoral Scholar in Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, “De la couardise à la folie: représentations du duelliste dans le théâtre français des XVIe et XVIIe siècles.” In the John Hope Franklin Room (SS224).