All seminars are held at 4:00 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.
“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.
“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.
“Max Weber on Rationalization, Disenchantment, and Charisma.” Julian Young, Kenan Professor of Humanities, Wake Forest University.