All seminars are held in Tribble B-116
“‘Parliamentary Absolutism’ or ‘Command Democracy’ or “Leader Democracy’ in Weimar Germany: What Does ‘Democracy’ Mean?” Michael Hughes, Professor of History, Wake Forest University.
November 5 (pdf version) Word Version
“Gathering Medicines in the Mountains of China: Love of Plants and Place.” Judith Farquhar, Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago.
December 2 [Wednesday: note different day]
“The Politics of Health at the Early Medici Court.” Sharon Strocchia, Professor of History, Emory University.
January 21 — cancelled.
“Politics and Culture.” Bill Schwarz, Professor of Cultural Studies, Queen Mary University of London.
February 4 @ 6:30 in DeTamble Auditorium, Tribble Hall [note different time, place and format — this will be a public talk]
“The Islamic State: Ethnic Cleansing and Nation-building in the Middle East.” Joshua Landis, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Middle East Studies, University of Oklahoma, and President of the Syrian Studies Association.
February 25 @ 4:00 in Tribble B-116 Berger Project Overview and Chapter 1
“The World Outside and the Pictures in Our Hearts.” Martin Berger, Professor of Art History and Visual Culture, University of California, Santa Cruz.
March 21 @ 3:30 in ZSR 404 [note different time, place and format — this will be a public talk]
“Not Gay: The Homosexual Ingredient in the Making of Straight White Men.” Jane Ward, Associate Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of California, Riverside.
March 28 Monday @ 4:30 in Tribble B-116
“Max Weber on Rationalization, Disenchantment, and Charisma.” Julian Young, Kenan Professor of Humanities, Wake Forest University.