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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.

2019-2020 seminars include:

  • 9/11/19 - Cilas Kemedjio - "The Humanitarian Misunderstanding: Remembering Globalization"
  • 9/26/19 - Ryan Prendergast - "Deception, Identity, and the Law in Guía y avisos de forasteros que vienen a la Corte (1620)"
  • 10/10/19 - Brianna Theobald - "Bringing Back Woman-Knowledge: Indigenous Women and the Modern Midwifery Movement"
  • 10/23/19 - Eduardo Herrera - "Making a Jewish Neighborhood: In-group/Out-group Sonic Dynamics in an Argentine Soccer Stadium"
  • 11/7/19 - Chun Yi Sum - “Ethnic Prejudice and the Reimagination of Minority Identity in Southwestern China”?
  • 11/20/19 - Alex Lindgren-Gibson - Title TBA
  • 12/5/19 - David Holloway - "The End of Transgression: The Body in Kanehara Hitomi’s Snakes and Earrings and Hydra"
  • 1/22/20 - Andrew Cashner - "Global Exchange and Local Devotion at Segovia Cathedral, Christmas 1678"
  • 2/6/20 - Tom Fleischman - "The Petrel and the Viking: German Whaling in the Age of Globalization, 1892-1970"
  • 2/19/20 - Sue Uselmann - "Beyond Crayons and Post-It Notes: Teaching Creativity in Higher Education"
  • 3/5/20 -  Eduardo Herrera
  • 3/18/20 - Elena Bellina - "Space and Violence in WWII Italian Captivity: Becoming a POW between Mount Kenya and the Equator Line" 
  • 4/2/20 - Alex Lindgren-Gibson - "Archival Accretions: Gender, Empire, and Storytelling in the Papers of Mermanjan"
  • 4/16/20 - Ash Arder 
  • 4/30/20 - Rohma Kahn & Patrick Sullivan

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