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Global Health Humanities Initiative: Colonial Psychiatry and its Aftereffects

Posted February 26, 2020

This Forum engages, from a cross-disciplinary perspective, the practices and concepts associated with colonial psychiatry and their ongoing effects upon global health. The three invited scholars will give thirty-minute talks, with time for questions and discussion in between each paper. The Forum concludes with a roundtable discussion, facilitated by a TAMU faculty member.     […]

Humanities: Land Sea Space Initiative

Posted December 12, 2019

In this first year of the Glasscock Center’s Humanities: Land Sea Space initiative, our focus is oceans and seas. Check our website for upcoming events, as well as meetings of the initiative’s discussion group.

Upcoming Colloquia

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Adam Rosenthal (INTS) 3/3/20

    “Poetics of the Gift” Tuesday, March 3, 2020, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Dr. Adam Rosenthal International Studies, 2019-2020 Glasscock Faculty Research Fellow Abstract: “Poetics and Donation (Part One)” offers an analysis of many central figures of lyric subjectivity in Western poetics, such as genius, talent, inspiration, and imagination. The project tracks the implication […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Damian Robles (HISP) 2/25/20

    “Excavating the Pragmatic Relics of the Early Modern Period: The Vocative Panorama of Insults and Honorifics in Don Quixote (1607-1620)” Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Damian Robles PhD candidate, Department of Hispanic Studies| 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: Words can shape our understanding of human identities; it is through […]

Announcements

  • Application Deadline: 2020 Arts & Humanities Fellowship Program (2/14/2020)

    Sent on behalf of Mark A. Barteau, Vice President for Research The Arts & Humanities Fellowship Program invites research applications from scholars in all disciplines of the humanities and creative arts pursuing projects that embody exceptional research. A primary goal of the program is to support significant advancement or completion of a major piece of scholarly […]