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Humanities News 

September 22

The Matter with Pantheism: Race, Gender, Divinity, and Dirt

A lecture by Mary-Jane Rubenstein

Professor of Religion, Wesleyan University

 

September 23

Faculty Lunches Begin

 

September 27-November 8 (Tuesday Mornings)

Breakfast with the Arts

 

October 5

Persepolis: A film based on Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel

 

October 6

A Conversation with Marjane Satrapi

 

October 9

Homeland: Iraq Year Zero (2015) will be screened by the Dartmouth Film Society

 

October 20

Marlon James

 

 January 24-25

Miranda July

 

 April 17

Jonathan Franzen

 

 May 3

Naomi Shahib Rye   

 

Fall 2016 Newsletter

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Colloquia

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There is presently one Leslie Colloquium, the Medieval Colloquium. It meets biennially. At each Colloquium, two scholars discuss pre-circulated texts with a group of invited participants. The format has proved over the years to be both exciting and fruitful.

Dartmouth Colloquium in Medieval Studies

Organizers: George Edmondson (English), Cecilia Gaposckin (History), Monika Otter (English), Andrea Tarnowski (French), Peter Travis (English), Michelle Warren (Comparative Literature)

 

2013: Susan Einbinder (Columbia University) and Daniel Hobbins (University of Notre Dame)

2011: Joceylyn Wogan-Browne (Fordham University)and Daniel Smail (Harvard University)

2009: Jeffrey Hamburger (Harvard University) and D. Vance Smith (Princeton University)

2007: Amy Hollywood (Harvard University)and Kathleen O'Brien O'Keefe (Notre Dame)

2005: Bruce Holsinger (University of Virginia)and David Nirenberg (Johns Hopkins University)

Last Updated: 2/9/15