|Date / Time||Location||Description|
|October 06, 2017|
|Rosenwald Hall, Room 405||'Our Dance is turned into Mourning': A Symposium on Loss and Consolation in Early Modern Europe |
Keynote Speaker: Lynn Enterline, Professor and Nancy Perot Chair in the Department of English, Vanderbilt University
The early modern (1500-1700) European discourse on loss is capacious yet particu...
|Begins October 27, 2017|
|Wieboldt Hall, Room 408||Book of J Workshop & Concert |
Book of J is engaged in new psalmody, drawing from Yiddish songs of ghosts and police violence, the rich biblical commentary of Black and White American traditional music, and piyutim (paraliturgical ...
|November 03, 2017|
|Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society||The Bolshevik Contagion |
Presenters at this two-day workshop, the first in a series sponsored by the Neubauer Collegium research project Revolutionology: Media and Networks of Intellectual Revolution, will focus on key texts ...
|Begins November 10, 2017|
|Classics Building, Room 21||NATURE: Narrative, Authorship, Textual Ecosystems, a Comparative Literature Conference |
We often assume we know what nature is when we talk about it, whether in everyday speech or in academic discourse. But what exactly do we mean by the term “nature” and the semantic field surrounding i...