1997-1998 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Naomi Diamant, Assistant Professor of English and Jewish Studies
"Literature in an 'Era of Testimony': The Construction of Memory in Modern America"
Perry R. Duis, Associate Professor of History
"Strangers in Town: Chicago as a Crossroads"
Lisa A. Freeman, Assistant Professor of English
"Theatrical Imagings: Genre, Character, and Identity on the Eighteenth-Century English Stage"
Laura Hostetler, Assistant Professor of History
"Mapping Territory, Depicting Peoples: Aspects of the Qing Colonial Enterprise and the Shaping of Modern China"
Michael J. MacDonald, Assistant Professor of English
"Allegories of Antiquity: The Figure of the Sophist from Hegel to Lyotard"
Jack H. Prost, Associate Professor of Anthropology
"Positional Analysis and the Philosophy of Human Nature"
James F. Searing, Associate Professor of History
"Memory and History in West Africa"
Astrida Orle Tantillo, Assistant Professor of German
"Goethe's Philosophy of Nature."