Events 2006-2007

 

Feminist Philosophy Conference on the Occasion of the Retirement of Ann Ferguson. 11-12 May 2007.

‘What if There Were No Humanities or Arts? Thinking Counterfactually.’ A panel featuring Susan Jahoda (Department of Art, Architecture and Art History), Patrick Mensah (Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures), Alice Nash (Department of History), Max Page (Department of Art, Architecture and Art History), Manisha Sinha (W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies), and James Young (Judaic Studies and Near Eastern Studies Department). In collaboration with the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. 12 April 2007.

‘A Manifesto for the Humanities and Arts.’ A panel featuring Barton Byg (German and Scandinavian Studies), Stephen Clingman (Department of English), Lisa Green (Department of Linguistics), Joseph Krupczynski (Department of Art, Architecture and Art History), Laura Lovett (Department of History), and Pricilla Page (Department of Theater). In collaboration with the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. 15 March 2007.