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  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Seul Lee (ENGL) 1/28/20

    “Militarism and Transnational Adoption: The Obscured Violence in Beneficence of Care and Multiculturalism“ Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Seul Lee PhD candidate, Department of English | 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: This paper intervenes in the issue of adoption, unsettling assumptions about the “beneficence of care,” and articulating the […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Adebayo Ogungbure (PHIL) 11/12/19

    “Humanizing Blackness: Beyond the Deficit-Epistemological Portraiture of Blackness in the Discourse of Knowledge“ Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Adebayo Ogungbure PhD candidate, Department of Philosophy | 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: This work aims to address the problem of erasure of Blackness from the discourse of knowledge by centering […]

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Diego von Vacano (POLS) 11/5/19

    “Princely Performative Populism and Democracy in the Americas“ Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Dr. Diego von Vacano Department of Political Science, 2019-2020 Glasscock Faculty Research Fellow Abstract: The rise of Donald Trump as president of the USA has puzzled analysts. In this paper, Dr. von Vacano argues that Trump is […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Rachel Turner (TLAC) 10/29/19

    “The Evolving Curriculum: Integration in the Social Studies Across the 20th Century” Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Rachel Turner PhD candidate, Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture| 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: Integrated curriculum is a buzzword in elementary classrooms yet fails in its promise to bring relevance to […]

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Tasha Dubriwny (COMM) 10/22/19

    “Constituting the Pro-Choice Christian Citizen: Rhetorics of Community and Social Justice” Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Dr. Tasha Dubriwny Department of Communication, 2019-2020 Glasscock Faculty Research Fellow Abstract: In this essay, Dr. Dubriwny considers the rhetorical constitution of the pro-choice Christian citizen by offering an analysis of three recent books […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Michaela Baca (ENGL) 10/15/19

    “Mythmaking, Propaganda, Rolls, and Scrolls: The Material Legacies of Tudor Legitimacy” Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Michaela Baca PhD candidate, Department of English | 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: The Tudor era is perhaps one of the best-known eras of the English monarchy. This was the period of the […]

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Stephen Daniel (PHIL) 10/8/19

    “George Berkeley and Early Modern Philosophy” Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Stephen Daniel Department of Philosophy, 2019-2020 Glasscock Internal Faculty Residential Fellow Abstract: According to the 18th century philosopher George Berkeley, God’s creation of a world of objects occurs in the very same act as his creation of the minds […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Selene Diaz (SOCI) 10/1/19

    “The Effects of Internal Migration on the Raramuri (Indigenous Community)” Tuesday, October 1, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Selene Diaz Ph.D. candidate| Department of Sociology, 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: The Raramuris migrated to Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, in 1990s. They have had to migrate to urban places to look for opportunities to […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Ryan Abt (HIST) 9/17/19

    “Holocaust Lessons: Representations of the Murder of Europe’s Jews in American Education, 1933-1945” Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Ryan Abt Ph.D. candidate| Department of History, 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: Scholars have often treated American Holocaust memory as having begun in the 1960s. Works considering the ways that Americans […]

  • 2019 – 2020 Colloquium Series Schedule Now Available

    The Faculty Colloquium Series and Graduate Colloquium Series pages with the schedules for the 2019 – 2020 Internal Faculty Residential Fellows’, Faculty Research Fellows’, and Graduate Research Fellows’ colloquia are now updated! The full list of 2019 – 2020 fellowship recipients can be found here.