The Department Workshop is a forum for the presentation of work-in-progress by department faculty and graduate students. The Workshop meets (roughly) every second Friday during the academic year at 12:45 p.m. Lunch is provided for all participants. The paper for each session will be available at least a week prior to its presentation via email and a link on this page. We warmly invite anyone interested at the University or in the greater Rochester community to attend the Workshop.
Questions about the department workshop should be directed to the convener, Dahpon Ho, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2019 Schedule
|September 13||Laura Smoller, “Looking for the End in Late Medieval Germany: Wolfgang Aytinger’s Commentary on Pseudo-Methodius”||Gamble Room|
|October 11||Jon Greenwood, “To Move an Obstinate Heart: Miraculous Conversions in Counter-Reformation Print Culture”||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
|November 8||Justin Ramsey, “Soviet Socialism and Communism in 1952: Stalin’s Economic Problems of Socialism”||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
|December 6||Tucker Million, “A Most Unconquerable King: Robert of Anjou and the Power of Tradition, c. 1300-1342”||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
Spring 2020 Schedule
|January 24||Dahpon Ho,"Naval Rivalry in the Western Pacific: Portugal, England, Holland, and Koxinga, 1600-1720"||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
|February 14||Michelle Furlano (Ridout), “Politics on a Pedestal: The History of the Frederick Douglass Monument”||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
|March 27||Katrina Ponti, "Diplomatic Daughters and American Representation in Europe, 1779-1800"||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|
|April 3||TBD||Humanities Center, Conference Room D|