2003-2004 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Michelle Boyd, Assistant Professor, African-American Studies
"The Real Thing: Racial Authenticity & Community Redevelopment"
Peter D'Agostino, Associate Professor, History and Catholic Studies
"The Politics of Authenticity: The Italian State in the U.S Diasporic Nation, 1861-1940"
Peter Bacon Hales, Professor, Art History
Sara F. Hall, Assistant Professor, Germanic Studies
"Citizen's Arrest: Weimar Cinema and the Police"
Mark Liechty, Associate Professor, Anthropology and History
"Far Out: Kathmandu and the Birth of Global Mass Tourism, 1950-1980"
Nicole Jordan, Associate Professor, History
"France, Reparations and European Security, 1919-1929"
Charles W. Mills, Professor, Philosophy
"Contract and Domination"
Abraham S. Roth, Assistant Professor, Philosophy