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  • 2020-21 Colloquia Series will be held virtually

    Our 2020-21 Colloquia series, which includes presentations from our Glasscock Fellows, will be hosted virtually via Zoom on Tuesdays at 4:00pm. Check back soon for the schedule.

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Manuela Marchesini (INTS) 4/28/20

    “The Existence of Italy“ In compliance with recommendations surrounding COVID-19, our Colloquium Series is being moved online for the remainder of the semester. Zoom Meeting information: Meeting ID: 954 5356 0528 https://tamu.zoom.us/j/95453560528 Dr. Manuela Marchesini International Studies, 2019-2020 Glasscock Internal Faculty Residential Fellow Abstract: The co-implication of the flesh and of the imagination in cultural […]

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    Faculty Colloquium Series: Chaitanya Lakkimsetti (SOCI) 4/14/20

    “LGBTQ Social Movements in India: A Multi-sited Ethnography“ In compliance with recommendations surrounding COVID-19, our Colloquium Series is being moved online for the remainder of the semester. Zoom Meeting information: Meeting ID: 585 846 851 https://tamu.zoom.us/j/585846851 Dr. Chaitanya Lakkimsetti Sociology, 2019-2020 Glasscock Faculty Research Fellow Abstract: In the past few years sexual and gender minorities […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Nathalie Mendez (POLS) – 4/7/2020

    “Why Do Bureaucrats Work Together? Micro Explanations for Cooperation in the Public Service” Rescheduled to Tuesday, April 7, 2020.  Zoom Meeting information: Meeting ID: 777 318 067 https://tamu.zoom.us/j/777318067 In compliance with recommendations surrounding COVID-19, our Colloquium Series is being moved online for the remainder of the semester. Tuesday, April 7, 2020 Tuesday, March 31, 2020, […]

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Richard Golsan (INTS) 3/31/20

    “The Barbie Trial: French Humanism, Tiermondisme and the Meaning of Justice” In compliance with recommendations surrounding COVID-19, our Colloquium Series is being moved online for the remainder of the semester. Zoom Meeting information: Meeting ID: 221 538 346 Join Zoom Meeting https://tamu.zoom.us/j/221538346 Dr. Richard Golsan International Studies, 2019-2020 Glasscock Internal Faculty Residential Fellow Abstract: The 1987 trial […]

  • Rescheduled to 3/24/20: Graduate Colloquium Series: Edudzi Sallah (PERF)

    In compliance with recommendations surrounding COVID-19, our Colloquium Series is being moved online for the remainder of the semester. Rescheduled to Tuesday, March 24, 2020. More information about joining via Zoom forthcoming.

  • 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 […]

  • Faculty Colloquium Series: Melanie Hawthorne (INTS) 2/18/20

    “Thirty-Six Views of Renée Vivien” Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Dr. Melanie Hawthorne International Studies, 2019-2020 Glasscock Faculty Research Fellow Abstract: “Thirty-Six Views of Renée Vivien” is a work in progress, a biography of the Anglo-American Belle Epoque writer Renée Vivien (Pauline Mary Tarn, 1877-1909) who published numerous volumes of […]

  • Graduate Colloquium Series: Christina Lake (HIST) 2/11/20

    “If You (Re)Build It, They Will Come: Creating and Remembering Fred Harvey’s Invention of Authentic Native American Experience in the Southwest” Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 4-5 p.m. Location: 311 Glasscock Building Christina Lake PhD candidate, Department of History | 2019-2020 Glasscock Graduate Research Fellow Abstract: This paper examines the conspicuous absence of Native women in […]