UIC Institute for the Humanities

fellows lectures

1989-1990 Institute Fellows Lectures

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

Renato Barahona, Latin American Studies
"Sexual Criminality, Honor, Marriage, and the Law in Early Modern Vizcaya (Spanish Basque Provinces)"

Gloria G. Fromm, Dept. of English 
"Selected Letters of Dorothy Richardson"

Dorothy Grover, Dept. of Philosophy
"Truth"

John Edward Hardy, Dept. of English
"Animals and Animal Imagery Modern Literature"

Darnell F. Hawkins, Black Studies and Sociology
"State Prison Development in North Carolina, 1870-1957"

Paul Hockings, Dept. of Anthropology
"A Bagada-English Dictionary"

John J. Kulczycki, Dept. of History
"Nationalism versus Class Solidarity: A Comparative Study of Immigrant Workers"

Bruce Murray, Dept. of German
"Guilt, Justice, Identity: National Socialism in Postwar German Cinema"

Anthony Gregg Roeber, Dept. of History
"Palatines, Liberty, and Property: The Transfer and Transformation of Public to Private Culture in German North America"

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