The Refinery is a forum for advanced graduate students to share work-in-progress with an invited scholar whose work is currently shaping their thinking. Both authors precirculate works-in-progress and papers are to be read in advance. The authors will kick off discussion by raising questions for one another and then we will open into a roundtable conversation.
Spring 2022 — "Self-Representation and Fabricated Experiences"
Daniel Armenti, Visiting Lecturer, Italian Studies, College of the Holy Cross and Carissa Harris, Associate Professor, Temple University
Spring 2022 — "Religion (Re)formed: The English Reformation & Race"
Yunah Kae, English, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Kimberly Anne Coles, Associate Professor, English, University of Maryland
Spring 2020 — "Caravaggio in Conversation"
Andy Bowers and Siyu Shen, History of Art & Architecture, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Danielle Carrabino, Curator of Sculpture & Painting, Smith College
Spring 2019 — "Un/Chaste: Whore Plays and Cosmopolitan Desires"
Liz Fox, English, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Steve Spiess, Assistant Professor, English, Babson College