1999-2000 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Jamie Owen Daniel, Assistant Professor of English
"Strategies of Detachment: Representing Class and Subjectivity in Modernist Fiction between the Wars"
Todd DeStigter, Assistant Professor of English
"Intimate Publics: An Alternative School as Activist Community"
Nicholas Huggett, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
"High Energy Metaphysics: Philosophical Implications of Contemporary Quantum Physics"
Edward Jurkowitz, Assistant Professor of History
"Managing Theoretical Dispersion: Aspects of the Transition from Classical to Quantum Physics, 1870-1948"
Lawrence H. Keeley, Professor of Anthropology
"Other Frontiers: Non-Western Settlement Frontiers"
David P. Jordan, Professor of History
"Napolean as Revolutionary"
James J. Sack, Professor of History
"From Conservative to Unionist: Reaction and Orthodoxy in Britain, 1832-1895"
Margarita Saona, Assistant Professor of Spanish
"National Family Romances: Family and National Identity in Contemporary Latin American Novels"
Sylvia Vatuk, Professor of Anthropology
"Muslim Women in the Religious and Civil Courts of India: 1798-1998"