UIC Institute for the Humanities

fellows lectures

2007-2008 Institute Fellows Lectures

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

Eric Arnesen, Professor, Dept. of History and African American Studies
"A Philip Randolph: Civil Rights, Labor, and the New Black Politics"

Nina Dubin, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Art History
"Futures and Ruins: The painting of Hubert Robert "

John Ireland, Associate Professor, Dept. of Spanish, French, Italian Portugese 
"Staging war and Guilt in France and Algeria: 1940-1962"

Andrew McFarland, Professor, Dept. of Political Science
"Creative Civic Participation"

Christina Pugh, Assistant Professor, Dept. of English 
"Blackberry-Summer and Sonnet Thought"

Margarita Saona, Associate Professor, Dept. of Spanish, French, Italian Portugese 
"Where Have All the Men Gone? Embattled Masculinities in Peruvian Fiction and Photography"

Alfred Thomas, Professor, Dept. of English and Germanic Studies
"Palimpsestual Pargue: Writing, Desire and the City"

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