Talks by humanities faculty and graduate students on their current research or recently published books. All talks take place on Fridays at noon in the OHC Conference Room, 159 PLC. These are free and open to the public. Brown-bag lunches are welcome. Seating is limited, so early arrival is recommended.
“Unfenceable Sovereignties: Unsettling Natures of Possession in American Literature.” April Anson, Graduate Student, English; OHC Dissertation Fellow
“Terror, the Order of the Day: The French Revolutionary Terror and its Restagings.” Cory Browning, Romance Languages; OHC Faculty Research Fellow
“Make-Believe Buddhism: Jodo Shin Thought and Politics, 1888–1965.” Jeff Schroeder, Religious Studies; OHC Faculty Research Fellow
“Through Children’s Eyes: Remembering a History of Wars and Dictatorships in Iberian and Latin American Film and Literature.” Cecilia Enjuto Rangel, Romance Languages; OHC Faculty Research Fellow
“Creating Confidentiality: Physician-Patient Privilege and Medical Confidentiality in the United States, 1776–1975.” Miles Wilkinson, Graduate Student, History; OHC Dissertation Fellow