Current Schedule

FALL QUARTER 2018

 

Friday, October 5, 4 pm: Eric Jennings, Professor of History at the University of Toronto

The Martinique Corridor, 1940-1941: Rescue or Expulsion?

John Hope Franklin room (SS 224)

Friday, October 19, 4 pm: Michele Kenfack, PhD candidate in Romance Languages & Literature at the University of Chicago

L’espace apocalyptique: la ville aux confins de l’horreur et de la deliquescence.

Wieboldt 207

Friday, November 2, 4 pm: Katie McDonough, Visiting Postdoc Fellow at the Neubauer Collegium

Provincializing Information in Old Regime France: Roads, Maps, and Dictionaries in Brittany

John Hope Franklin room (SS 224)

Thursday, November 8, 12am: Herrick Chapman, Professor of History at NYU

Book Talk: France’s Long Reconstruction: In Search of the Modern Republic

John Hope Franklin room (SS 224)

Friday, November 16, 4:30-6:00 pm: Charles Keith, Associate Professor of History at Michigan State University

The Daily Lives of Indochinese Migrants in Interwar France

Social Sciences Tea Room (SS 201)

Co-sponsored: East Asia Trans-Regional Histories Workshop

Friday, November 30, 4 pm: Bastien Craipain, PhD candidate in Romance Languages & Literature at the University of Chicago

Par-delà l’anthropologie (raciale) : Frédéric Marcelin, le roman national et la culture haïtienne

John Hope Franklin room (SS 224)