UIC Institute for the Humanities

fellows lectures

1988-1989 Institute Fellows Lectures

All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Peter V. Conroy, Dept. of French
"Daring Diderot: A Study in Narrative Inconsistencies"

Jack L. Davis, Dept. of Classics
"Archaeological Survey in Greece"

Richard M. Fried, Dept. of History
"The Presidential Election of 1960"

Nicole Jordan, Dept. of History
"Alliance Diplomacy: The Breakdown of France's Eastern System, 1933-1939"

Sean McConville, Dept. of Criminal Justice
"A History of English Prison Administration"

Guity Nashat, Dept. of History
"Seclusion of Women in Early Islam"

Mildred A. Schwartz, Dept. of Sociology
"Continuity and Change in Party Systems: Political Protest Movements in the Western Borderlands"

Mary Thale, Dept. of English
"Women in Eighteenth-Century Debating Societies"

Mary Kay Vaughan, Latin American Studies Program
"Socialist Education in Mexico, 1934-1940"

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