UIC Institute for the Humanities

fellows lectures

1998-1999 Institute Fellows Lectures

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

Mark E. Canuel, Assistant Professor of English
"Emancipated Britain: Romanticism, Religion, and Civil Society, 1790-1830"

Isaac D. Balbus, Professor of Political Science
"Mourning and Modernity"

Sydney Halpern, Associate Professor of Sociology 
"Making Subjects Ill: Moral Constructions of Wartime and Postwar Medical Experiments"

Anthony Laden, Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
"Deliberative Liberalism and the Politics of Identity"

Marya Schechtman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
"The Cyclical Self: Life Episodes, Psychological Continuity, and Personal Identity"

Joseph Tabbi, Assistant Professor of English
"Ecologies of Mind in Postmodern American Fiction"

Carol Richmond Tsang, Assistant Professor of History
"War and Faith: Honganji and Sectarian Conflict in Sixteenth-Century Japan"

R. Stephen Warner, Professor of Sociology 
"Communities of Faith: American Religion and Civil Society at the Turn of the Century"

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