Announcing the 2022-2023 CSCL Colloquium Series

CSCL Colloquium Series

We're proud to finally announce the speakers in our 2022-2023 Colloquium Series! Featuring members of our department and scholars from around the country, every event is sure to be an enjoyable walk across cultures, times, and theories, and we hope you'll come engage with us. Events with multiple speakers are centered around similar topics.

These events will take place in Nicholson 135 and on Zoom, starting at 2pm unless otherwise noted. Specifics will be included when the official event listing comes out, so come back here to check for more details as the dates approach.

Check out our roster below!

11/4/22: Papers to be Presented at the 2022 AMS/SMT/SEM Joint Conference
Luke Martin: "Schopenhauer's Silence: The Music of Paradox"
Mikkel Vad: "The Idea of 'Crow Jim' and White Resentment Against Black Jazz Musicians"
Kathryn Huether: "Holocaust Ventriloquism?: Virtual Spectacles of Living Performance"

11/18/22 (6pm)
Heidar Azodanloo: "A Glance at the Past, Present, and Possible Future of the Current Uprising in Iran: A Path of no Return"

12/9/22
Sarah Ann Wells: "The Strike Film: A View from South America"

01/27/23
Eva Hudecova: "My God, Help Me Survive This Deadly Love: Russo-Philic Panslavism and Russia’s Neocolonialist Tendencies in Slovakia, and Across Eastern Europe"
Paulomi Sharma: "'The Self that was, the Self that became': Narratives of Sexual Violence during the Partition of India in 1947"

03/17/23
Olga Tchepikova-Treon: “'The Way I Walk is Just the Way I Walk:' Subcultural Encounters with Disability in Early Punk Documentary"
Saskia Jaszoltowski: "Film Music in Posthuman Times"

03/24/23
Cory Stockwell: "Sebald as Reader of Heidegger: On Technics"
Courtney Gildersleeve: TBD

4/7/23
Kyle Baasch: "The Interwar Method of Exact Imagination"
Carolyn Abbate: "Phantom Efficacy"

4/14/23
Ricardo Trujillo: "Cultural Ecologies of Memory in Transitional Colombia"

5/5/23
Clare Harmon: "Dante's protocolonial: i dannati, les damnés, and genres of the human in Inferno"
Pooja Rangan: "Listening and the Politics of Accountability"

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