All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Thomas H. Bestul, Professor, Dept. of English
"Ramona Bressie, Historical Scholarship, and the Chaucer Life Records"
Elspeth Carruthers, Assistant Professor, Dept. of History
"Transforming the Medieval Baltic Frontier"
Stephen Engelmann, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science
"Skeptical Engineers: Biopolitics and the Pursuit of Social Science"
Samuel Fleischacker, Professor, Dept. of Philosophy
"Divine Teaching and the Way of the World"
Rachel Havrelock, Assistant Professor, Dept. of English and Program in Jewish Studies
"Let the Jordan be Your Border: The Mythic History of a Dividing Line"
Brian Hosmer, Associate Professor, Dept. of History
"Working and Belonging, On Wind River"
Robert D. Johnston, Associate Professor, Dept. of History
"Crusaders against Vaccination: An American History of Medical Populism"
Laura Lee Junker, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology
"The Impact of Captured Women on Cultural Transmission in Contact Period Philippine Slave-Raiding Chiefdoms"