Work-in-Progress and Books-in-Print talks

Fall 2020 talks

All talks are on Fridays at noon via Zoom. Registration is required.

October 16
HandiLand: The Crippest Place on Earth.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Wheeler, English and Disability Studies | Register

October 23
“In the Hands of God: Evangelical Therapeutics and Migrant Faith among Brazilians in the U.S.”
Johanna Bard Richlin, Anthropology | Register  

November 6
Beauty Diplomacy: Embodying an Emerging Nation
Oluwakemi (Kemi) Balogun, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and African Studies | Register

November 13
“The End of Modernity: Temporalities of Nation, Indigeneity, and the Anthropocene in the Contemporary Independent Cinema of the Philippines”
Elio Garcia, Dissertation Fellow, English | Register 

November 20
“The Longest Resistance: Anti-Fascist Women between Franco and Hitler”
Gina Herrmann, Romance Languages | Register 

December 4
“Amplifying Voices: Auditory Texts in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945”
Jina Kim, East Asian Languages and Literatures | Register 

Spring 2020 talks were recorded

Only at Comic-Con: Hollywood, Fans, and the Limits of Exclusivity.
Erin Hanna, Cinema Studies  | Watch now

“Embodying Isis: Egyptian Religion and the Negotiation of Greekness”
Lindsey Mazurek, History  |  Watch now

“How Should a Communist Grieve?: Ba Jin’s Revolutionary Mourning”
Roy Chan, East Asian Languages and Literatures  |  Watch now

“Memory and Erasure of Settler Violence in Early Oregon, 1848–1928”
Marc Carpenter, PhD candidate, History  |  Watch now