All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Corey Capers, Assistant Professor, Department of History
"Public Blackness: Racial Performance, Print Publicity and the Struggle for Order in the Early Republic North, 1763-1834"
Madhu Dubey, Professor, Departments of English and African American Studies
"Slave, Cyborg, Vampire: The Speculative Fiction of Octavia Butler"
Anne Eaton, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
"Ethics and the Visual Arts"
Malgorzata Fidelis, Assistant Professor, Department of History
"Between Tradition and Revolution: Women, Communism and Industrialization in Postwar Poland, 1945-1960"
Cristina Gragnani, Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese
"Dietro le quinte della scrittura: studio di taccuini pirandelliani ( The Backstage of Writing: Two Pirandello Working Notebooks)"
Robin Grey, Associate Professor, Department of English
"Antebellum Alternative Histories of the Civil War"
Heather Grossman, Assistant Professor, Department of Art History
"Building Identity: Architecture and Cultural Interaction in a Medieval Mediterranean Society"
Kevin Schultz, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Catholic Studies
"The First Multiculturalists: Catholics and Jews in Postwar America"