UIC Institute for the Humanities

fellows lectures

2002-2003 Institute Fellows Lectures

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

Nicholas Brown, Assistant Professor, English
"Utopian Generations: British Modernism and Modern African Literature"

Jonathan Daly, Associate Professor, History
"Red Terror and the Origins of the Soviet State, 1917-1922"

Katherine E. Hoffman, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
"The Place of Language: Berber Ethnicity in Southwestern Morocco, 1912-1999"

Helga W. Kraft, Professor, Germanic Studies
"Staging Racism and Xenophobia: Modern German Theater and National Identity"

Woodman Taylor, Assistant Professor, Art History
"Picture Practice: Generating Meanings for Indian Paintings"

Javier Villa-Flores, Assistant Professor, History, and Latin American and Latino Studies
"Defending God's Honor: Blasphemy and the Social Construction of Reverence in New Spain 1520-1700"

Robert R. Williams, Professor, Germanic Studies
"Hegel and Nietzsche: On Masters and Slaves"

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