New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2019.
- Dr. Anastasia Todd (Gender and Women's Studies): "Cripping Affect, Affectively Crip: National Imaginaries of Disability and Gender
- Dr. Nick Lally (Geography): "Mapping Imaginaries"
- Dr. Lindsay Shade (Community and Leadership Development): "Extraction, Inequality, and the Politics of Illegibility"
- Dr. Sheila Jelen (Hebrew and Judaic Studies): "Israeli Cracow Ghetto Interviews in a Post-Zionist Moment"
- Dr. Kevin McGowan (Linguistics): "Social Expectation, Bias, and Speech Perception"
- Dr. Jen Jack Gieseking (Geography): "Constructing a Lesbian-Queer Production of Space in Constellations"
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2016.
January 28th, 2016:
- Dr. Rachel Farr (Psychology): "Current and Future Research Directions in Studying Adoptive Families With Lesbian and Gay Parents."
- Dr. Charlie Yi Zhang (GWS): "China in Transition - Queering the Intersectional Logic of Neoliberalization."
- Dr. Joshua Abboud (WRD): "Screened Events: The Visuality of Disasters."
February 19th, 2016:
- Dr. Christal Badour (Psychology): "Embracing Multifinality in Understanding Responses to Psychological Trauma."
- Dr. Chamara Kwakye (African American and Africana Studies, GWS): "Feminist Theory in Praxis: The Making of SOLHOT Lex."
- Dr. Kim Miller-Spillman (Merchandising, Apparel, and Textiles): "Dress and the Public, Private and Secret Self Model."
March 10th, 2016:
- Dr. Carolyn Finney (Geography):
- Dr. Emily Shortslef (English): "Shakespeare and the Drama of Complaint."
- Dr. Melissa Stein (GWS):
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2014
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014: 12:00- 1:30 p.m. POT 245.
- Melissa Adler (Library Science)
- DaMaris Hill (English and AAAS): "Willows of the Spring: An Excerpt and Discussion."
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2013
Monday, February 18th, 2013: POT 1045
- Ed Morris (Sociology): "Too Cool for School: An Intersectional Approach to Educational Achievement and Resistance."
- Will Gervais (Psychology)
Wednesday, March 19th, 2013: POT 1143
- Carol Mason (Gender and Women's Studies): "Queer Designs: Bruce Goff and Cold War Homophobia."
- Abby Cordova (Political Science)
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013: POT 245
- Brian McNely (Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Media): "Everyday Writing and Rhetorics (Through the People + Things Constituting/Constituted by Them)."
- Francis Musoni (History): "Crossing Shifting Boundaries."
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2012
- Jeremy Crampton (Geography): “Maps and the Production of Geographical Intelligence (GEOINT).”
- Peter Kalliney (English): “Modernism and the Emergence of Postcolonial Literature.”
- Ioana Larco (MCL): “Male Identity in Autobiographies by Italian Women Writers (Interwar period): Ada Negri (1870-1945).”
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012: 12-1:30, POT 245
- Carmen Martinez Novo (Anthropology): “The New Post-Neoliberal Left in Latin America and Ethnic Politics;"
- Kristin Monroe (Anthropology): “Space, Mobility, and Public Culture in Beirut;”
- Stefan Bird Pollan (Philosophy): “Self-Constitution and Critique from Hegel to Fanon."
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2011
March 22, 2011, 11:00am-1:00pm, POT 1045
- Denise Ho (History): "Antiquity in Revolution: Cultural Relics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai."
- Mariana Amato (Hispanic Studies): "Figures of the animal and the flesh in Latin American literature: a biopolitical perspective."
- Lauren L. Kientz, (History): “Growth and Identity of Individuals in African American Intellectual History.”
February 21, 2011, 11:00am-1:00pm, POT 245.
- Akiko Takanaka (History): "War and Memory in the Modern and Contemporary World."
- Jacqueline Couti (MCL): "Writing the (Black) Female Body: An Archaeology of Embodiment."
- Jennifer Goodlander (College of FA-Theater): "Gender and Tradition in Balinese Performance."
|We didn't organize the New Affiliate Presentations in Spring 2010|
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2009
January 22, 2009, 12:30-2:00, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Room F&G
- Rynetta Davis (Department of English)
- Joe O’Neil (MCL): "Insolvent Sovereigns: J.W. von Goethe and Carl Schmitt on the Credit Crisis."
February 19, 2009, 12:30-2:00, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Room F&G
March 12, 2009, 12:30-2:00, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Room F&G
- Erin Koch (Department of Anthropology)
- Jeremy Popkin (Department of History): "Abolishing Slavery in the French Revolution: Saint-Domingue, 1793, France 1794"
April 16, 2009, 12:30-2:00, POT 245
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2008
February 20, 2008, 12:00-1:30, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Rooms F & G
- Cristina Alcalde (Gender and Women’s Studies and Anthropology): "Place, Race, and Resistance in Experiences of Intimate Violence among Women in Peru and Latinas in the U.S.
- Marion Rust (English): “Appropriations: How 20th-Century Historians Make Early American Women their Own.”
February 27, 2008, 12:00-1:30, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Rooms F & G
- Morgan Robertson (Geography): "Valuing Nature and the Nature of Value.”
- Lucinda Ramberg, (Gender and Women’s Studies and Anthropology): “The Gift in Theory and Other Queer Matters.”
March 5, 2008, 12:00-1:30, POT 245
- Hang Nguyen (History): "The Vietnam War: New Approaches, New Documents, New History."
- Diane King (Anthropology): “Kurdish Americophiles: Love for America as Critique of the Modern State."
April 9 2008, 12:00-1:30, Patterson Office Tower, 18th floor, Rooms F & G
- Srimati Basu (Gender and Women’s Studies and Anthropology): "Playing off Courts: The Negotiation of Divorce and Violence in Plural Legal Settings in Kolka."
- Emily Burrill (History): “Domestic Violence and the Law in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.”
New Affiliate Presentations, Spring 2007
Talks held in POT, Rooms F&G, 18th Floor. All presentations run from noon until 1 unless otherwise stated.
February 21, 2007
- Pearl James (English): "The Greatest War You Never Saw."
February 28, 2007
- Patricia Ehrkamp (Geography): “Immigration Studies and the Dilemma of the ‘Host Society.'"
March 7, 2007
- David LaCroix (English): “Traditions of Temporality and Agency in African American Literature.”
March 21, 2007
- Rusty Barrett (Linguistics): "The Linguistic Construction of Identity Categories."
March 28, 2007
- Leon Sachs (MCL): "Reading like a (French) Republican: Scientific Education and Literary Didacticism in fin-de-siecle France"
April 4, 2007
- Michael Samers (Geography): "Situating Islamic Banking, Decentring Political Economy."
April 11, 2007
- Peter Kalliney (English): "Transatlantic Modernism and the Emergence of Postcolonial Literature.”
April 25, 2007
- Andrew Wood (Geography): "Globalization and Urban Politics."