CHAT Fellows Tuesday Seminars

Brown Bag Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm
Center for the Humanities
48 Professors Row

We are pleased to have ten Fellows from a variety of humanities disciplines joining us for the 2015-2016 academic year. Each fellow will deliver a talk on aspects of his or her research in a Tuesday Seminar.

September 22, 2015
Justine Hardy, Visiting Fellow
"'I Am No Longer Myself': Reclaiming the Mind and Soul After War, Trauma and Madness"

October 20, 2015
Adam Spellmire, Dissertation Fellow
"The Questing Beast and the Well of Romance"

November 3, 2015
Noe Montez, Faculty Fellow
"Contested Sites: Places of Memory in the Southern Cone"

November 17, 2015
Katherine Swimm, Dissertation Fellow
"Insanity Unbound: John Conolly, Moral Reform, and the Non-restraint Movement"

December 1, 2015
Alessandro Bratus, Visiting Fellow
"iTrackSongs: Sights, Sounds and the Cultural Construction of Place in 1960s Italian Cinema"

January 26, 2016
Elizabeth Foster, Faculty Fellow
"Decolonizing Faith: Catholics and the End of Empire in French sub-Saharan Africa"

February 23, 2016
Lionel McPherson, Faculty Fellow
Deep Memory in the Age of Black Lives Matter

March 8, 2016
Chiara Pidatella, Visiting Fellow
"Portrait of an Ideal Renaissance Court: the Lost Paradise of Urbino in Castiglione's Book of the Courtier"

March 29, 2016
Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Faculty Fellow
Travels Across the Americas in the 19th Century

April 5, 2016
Joshua Kotin, Visiting Fellow
Poetry v. Community

Previous Seminars:

2014-2015 |  2013-2014 |  2012-2013 |  2011-2012 |  2010-2011