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"What is the Word": Celebrating Samuel Beckett

Olin Library, Room 142

Foreign Language Learning Colloquium Speaker Series Talk

Dr. Kara Morgan-Short University of Illinois at Chicago
McDonnell 162

Foreign Language Learning Colloquium Series Workshop Prof. Kara Morgan-Short, U. of Illinois-Chicago

Eads 203

"What is the Word": Celebrating Samuel Beckett

Olin Library, Room 142

"Writing and Singing Crusade in 1330s France."

Anna Zayaruznaya, Associate Professor of Music at Yale University.
Danforth University Center, Room 234

The Land of Open Graves

Understanding the Current Politics of Migrant Life and Death along the U.S.-Mexico Border
Women's Building Formal Lounge

Symposium on Empire in the Eighteenth Century

Symposium on Empire in the Eighteenth Century with talks by: Sophus Reinert, Professor of Business Administration and History. His award-winning book Translating Empire, and new book Fisticuffs focus on imperial wealth and early modern global economics, (Harvard Business School https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/profile.aspx?facId=603179) Christy Pichichero is Associate Prof of French, whose first book The Military Enlightenment: War and Culture in the French Empire from Louis XIV to Napoleon (Cornell University Press, 2017) won the Kenshur prize. She is now working on a book racialization in eighteenth-century Europe (George Mason https://mcl.gmu.edu/people/cpichich) Thomas Dodman is Assistant Prof of French specializing in Modern France and its Empire. His first book is What Nostalgia Was: War, Empire, and the Time of a Deadly Emotion (Chicago, 2018) (Colombia University https://french.columbia.edu/content/thomas-w-dodman)
Danforth University Center, Room 234

Named Lectures

The Department of Romance Languages & Literatures offers endowed lecture series to engage our faculty, staff, students, and community on a variety of topics.

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