1985-1986 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Ruth El Saffar, Dept. of Spanish
"The Development of Consciousness and the Image of the Feminine: A Revisionary View of Key Texts of the Spanish Golden Age"
Gloria Flaherty, Dept. of German
"Shamanism and the Modern Aesthetic"
Anil Gupta, Dept. of Philosophy
"The Role of Modern Logic in Philosophy"
Peter Bacon Hales, Dept. of Art and Architecture
"Willam Henry Jackson and the Transformation of the American Landscape"
Lauren G. Leighton, Dept. of Salvic and Baltic Languages
"The Politics of Translation in Russia and America"
Victor Margolin, Dept. of Art and Architecture
"Issues of Modernism: Lissitzky, Moholy-Nagy, Rodchenko, and the European Avant-Grade"
Ellie Ragland-Sullivan, Dept. of French
"The Origin of Genre in Sixteenth-Century France: Prolegomena to a Lacanian Poetics"
Dick Simpson, Dept of Political Science
"The Politics of Compassion: Resolving Dilemmas in Religion, Ethics and Politics"
David Spurr, Dept. of English
"Colonialist Discourse: Journalism and the Western Imagination"
Linda Williams, Dept. of English
"Film Bodies: Sexual Difference and Cinema"