Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Humanities Research Award Symposium

Fri, February 28, 2014 | Glickman Conference Center

11:00 AM

Humanities Research Award Symposium

Please join us for a celebration of the Humanities this Friday, February 28, in the Glickman Conference Center.


AM Session (begins at 11:00)

• Julia L. Mickenberg, Associate Professor of American Studies: The New Woman Tries on Red: Russia in the American Feminist Imagination, 1905-1945

• Arturo AriasTomas Rivera Regents Professor in Latin American Literature: Recovering Lost Footprints: The Emergence of Contemporary Indigenous Narratives in Abya Yala

• Gabriela Polit Dueñas, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese: Narrating Narcos: Culiacán and Medellín

• Janine Barchas, Professor of English: Jane Austen and Celebrity Culture

LUNCH at 12:45 in the Normandy Scholars Room (CLA 2.606)

PM Session (begins at 2:00)

• John Hartigan, Professor of Anthropology: Care of the Species: Cultivating Biodiversity in Mexico & Spain

• Erika M. Bsumek, Associate Professor of History: Damming Zion: Mormons, Navajos, and Water in the American West, 1860-1980

• Mark Atwood Lawrence, Associate Professor of History: Unraveling Liberalism:  The United States and the Developing World in the 1960s 

• Katherine Arens, Professor in the Department of Germanic StudiesSquaring the Vienna Circle:  Intellectual History Beyond the Cold War

• Martha G. Newman, Associate Professor of History and Religious Studies: Narrating Faith:  The Uncertain World of Engelhard of Langheim

Sponsored by: The College of Liberal Arts

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