1986-1987 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Michael Alexander, Dept. of Classics
"Latin Social Status Terms from the Late Roman Republic"
Judith Kegan Gardiner, Dept. of English and Women's Study Program
"Romantic Love and the Woman Writer: The Case Of Aphra Behn"
John Huntington, Dept. of English
"American Science Fiction, 1930-1955"
Andrew McFarland, Dept. of Political Science
"Breaking the Reform Cycle: Promise and Fulfillment in the Political Process"
Marion S. Miller, Dept. of History
"Music in the Politics and Culture of Italian Society from the 18th Century to the 20th Century"
Esther Parada, School of Art and Design
"Re-visualizing the American Revolution"
Daniel Scott Smith, Dept of History
"Promise and Fulfillment: Modernizing Social Changes in America, 1750-1860"
Mark Wilson, Dept. of Philosophy
"Rainbows, Colors and Two Approaches to the Philosophy of Nature"