Please join us on Thursday, April 12, at the Old Metropolitan Hall on the Downtown Mall from 2:00-3:10 for a discussion of Sucking Up: A Brief Consideration of Sycophancy, co-authored by Deborah Parker and Mark Parker.
For more information on the Tom Tom Festival, and a full list of activities, please visit https://tomtomfest.com.
On April 20, from 9:30 am until 1:30 pm, the Institute for Humanities and Global Cultures is sponsoring a symposium of presentations by IHGC Mellon Faculty Fellows for 2018-2019. Please join us in Wilson 142 for three presentations by faculty fellows -- Charlotte Rogers, Christopher Krentz, and William Hitchcock -- followed by a catered lunch. Professor Rogers's talk is entitled, "El ciclón: An Ecocritical Approach to the Hurricane in Gabriel García Márquez’s The Autumn of the Patriarch."
Intersections: Place/Policy & Culture/Capitalism
A Native American Studies Symposium
Please join our colleagues in English, French, Haitian Kreyòl, History, and Latin American Studies as we rethink challenges and opportunities for research and teaching in Haitian Studies. The full program is below. For more information on sessions and topics, please visit http://enduringquestions.net.
THURSDAY, 12 APRIL
Maya K’iche’ (KICH) Courses
KICH 1010 – Introduction to Maya K’iche’ I with Maria Esther Poveda Moreno
TuTh 4:00-5:15PM in Clemons Library 320
SPAN 5650 – Realism and Generation of 1898 with Samuel Amago
We 3:30-6:00PM in New CAB 038
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