Spring 2017: The 20th/21st Century Studies Workshop Series

The 20th/21st Century Studies Workshop Series for Spring 2017:

The aim of the monthly series is for us to come together informally around our largely independent research and works in progress focused in the 20th or 21st century: to learn about each other’s projects, give or get feedback, and build community through our interests. Presenters are doctoral students and candidates at the GC. All interested parties are welcome!

All interested parties are welcome!

Discussions range from media studies to the literariness of cognitive science, from orals exams to dissertations and articles.

February 24, room 8203, 12:30pm – Yair Solan presenting on work related to his dissertation on Stephen Crane and early film in the late 1890s

March 24, room 5489, 12:30pm – Karen Lepri presenting work on a dissertation chapter “Unstuffing the Doll: Defiguring Magic in Amiri Baraka’s Black Magic“

April 21 – Michele Chinitz, 1st part; Liz Goetz, 2nd part

May 4 (Thurs) – Erin Garrow, 1st part; Alyssa Mackenzie, 2nd part

Supported by the student-run DSC 20th Century Studies Group and organized through the English department 20th/21st Century Area Group.

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