1991-1992 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Bruce Calder, Dept. of History
"The Catholic Church in the Context of Guatemalan Politics and Society, 1944-1990"
Jody Enders, Dept. of French
"The Emasculation of Eloquence: The Rhetoric of Sexual Identity in Early French Literature"
Peter Bacon Hales, Dept. of Architecture and Art
"Atomic Spaces: Geography, Mythology, and the Manhattan Project, 1941-1946"
Mae G. Henderson, Black Studies and English
"In Another Country: Afro-American Novelists in France"
Lawrence Keeley, Dept. of Anthropology
"Warfare and Prehistory"
James A. Schultz, Dept. of German
"Children and Childhood in German Texts of the Middle Ages, 1100-1350"