2004-2005 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
J. Chimène Bateman, Assistant Professor, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese
"Invocations of Desire: The Female Addressee in Medieval and Early Modern Literature"
Pietro Bortone, Assistant Professor, Classics and Mediterranean Studies
"Language and Society on the Black Sea: The Case of the Muslim Greek-Speakers of Turkey"
Tom Hall, Associate Professor, English
"The Early English Versions of the Paul the Deacon's Homiliary"
Waud Kracke, Professor of Anthropology
"The Parintintin World (in the Brazilian Amazon) through the eyes of Parintintin Artist Paulinho
Anthony Simon Laden, Associate Professor Philosophy
"Practical Reason and the Unity of the Self"
Victor Margolin, Professor, Art History
"A World History of Design"
Virginia Miller, Associate Professor, Art History
"The Art and Architecture of Chichén Itzá"
Sally Sedgwick, Professor, Philosophy
"The Empty Formalism of Kant's Categorical Imperative: Hegel's Critique Revisited"
Krista Thompson, Assistant Professor, Art History
"The Tropicalization of the Anglophone Caribbean: The Politics and Aesthetics of Space in Jamaica and the Bahamas"