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Jesse L. Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar Series

The Center began hosting a regular, bi-weekly lunchtime seminar series in January 2016. This series includes presentations by the Center’s junior faculty fellows.

2018-2019 seminars include:

  • 9/13/18 Jacob Lewis - "Photographer of Women: Félix Jacques Antoine Moulin (1802–1879)"
  • 9/26/18 Alison Frontier - "Molecules of Power. How Has Nature’s Chemistry Impacted History, Myth and Storytelling?"
  • 10/04/18 Christopher Rovee - “In the Close Reading Archive”
  • 10/17/18 John Kapusta - "“‘Here We Are Now’: Body Awareness and Music Pedagogy in the Me Decade"
  • 11/01/18 Lihong Liu - "Shijing: The Matter of Painting"
  • 11/14/18 Darren Mueller - "The Avant-Garde Record Making of Charles Mingus” 
  • 11/28/18 Christopher Haufe - "The Hoax and the Humanities"
  • 12/12/18 Kate Mariner - “American Elegy: On the Hauntings of Transracial Adoption"
  • 1/24/19 Randy Curren - "Children of the Broken Heartlands: Rural Isolation and the Geography of Opportunity"
  • 2/6/19 Christopher Haufe - “Humanities Research Problems”
  • 2/21/19 Christover Rovee - “The New Critical Nostalgia”
  • 3/6/19 Anna Rosensweig - "Affective Evidence: Rights of Resistance on the Early Modern French Stage” 
  • 321/19 William Miller - “The Prophet Muhammad in the Early English Enlightenment” 
  • 4/3/19 Jennifer Kyker - "Sekuru's Stories: Musical Sound and the Digital Humanities"
  • 4/17/19 Anaar Desai-Stephens - "'You have to feel to sing!': Affective Pedagogy, and the Commodification of  “Feel” in (Neo)liberalizing India”
  • 5/2/19 Tracy Stuber & Anastasia Nikolis - “Public Humanities Fellowship Update”

For more information on the Work-in-Progress Seminar Series, click here.