Current Schedule

Winter Quarter 2020

January 10: David Ansari, Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences, “The Politics of Diversity in Psychotherapy in France”
(4pm, John Hope Franklin Room, SSRB 224)

 

January 24: Bastien Craipain, PhD Candidate in Romance Languages and Literatures, “Frédéric Marcelin, le roman national et la culture haïtienne”
(4pm, John Hope Franklin Room, SSRB 224)

 

February 7: Emily Rap, PhD Candidate in History, “Litigating the Social Contract in the Eighteenth-Century French Countryside”
(4pm, John Hope Franklin Room, SSRB 224)

 

February 21: Oliver Cussen, PhD Candidate in History, “The Rise and Fall of the Coffee Island: Sovereignty and Interest in the French Indian Ocean”
(4pm, John Hope Franklin Room, SSRB 224)

 

March 6: Robin Bates, Lecturer in History at Northwestern University, “‘We Must Buy Up Each Colony in Its Entirety’: Abolition, Indemnity and the Definition of Property in the French Empire, 1830-1848″
(4pm, Wieboldt 207)
**Note the unusual location**

 

March 6: Fanny Malègue, PhD Candidate in History at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Title Forthcoming
(4pm, Wieboldt 207)
**Note the unusual location**