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.
2017-2018 seminars includes:
- 9/7/17 Dan Reichman - “The Shapes of Progress: Configurations of Social Change Before and After Modernization”
- 9/20/17 Bette London - "Absent from Memory: Shot at Dawn and the Spectacle of Belated Remembrance”
- 10/5/17 Ben Nienass - "Transnational Memories, National Memory Regimes - Commemorating the Armenian Genocide in Germany"
- 10/18/17 Joyce McDonough - "Language and Landscape: Mapping the Unseen"
- 11/2/17 - Dan Blim - "Unsafe and Sound: Sonic Trauma and the Cultural Memory of 9/11"
- 11/15/17 Steven Rozenski - "From Creation to 1518: Writing Universal History in the Carthusian Monastery of Hull, Yorkshire, during the Reign of Henry VIII"
- 11/30/17 Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge- "Les attentes (The Waiting)"
- 12/13/17 Matt BaileyShea - "Close / in midst of this…": Lines, Phrases, and Syntax in Song"
- 1/18/18 Robert Foster - "Lewis Henry Morgan at 200: A Critical Appreciation"
- 1/31/18 Dan Blim - “Unsafe and Sound: Sonic Trauma and the Cultural Memory of 9/11”
- 2/8/18 Ben Nienass and collaborator in conversation with Pablo Sierra - "Reclaiming Memory: Grievability and Resistance in Mexico"
- 2/21/18 Andrew Cashner - “Making Faith Appeal to Hearing in Devotional Music of the Spanish Empire”
- 3/7/18 Jonathan Baldo - “'If a lie may do thee grace': Shifts of Memory in Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy"
- 3/22/18 Joel Burges - "Literature after TV: Watching, Writing, and the Contemporary Novel"
- 4/4/18 Daniel Rinn & Almudena Escobar Lopez (Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellows)
- 4/19 Alison Peterman - "Mary Shepherd and memory"
For more information on the Work-in-Progress Seminar Series, see listings under Events.