College of Liberal Arts

Humanities Research Award Symposium 2015

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Friday, February 27, 2015
CLA 1.302B
Open to the Public

 

Morning session begins at 11:00
Afternoon session begins at 1:00.
 
Faculty Presenters: 
Kristen Belgum, Department of Germanic Studies
Benjamin Brower, Department of History
Luis Cárcamo-Huechante, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Kirsten Cather, Department of Asian Studies
Tarek El-Ariss, Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Huaiyin Li, Department of History
Lynn Wilkinson, Department of Germanic Studies

 

The Humanities Research Award grants three years of funding to faculty to support the completion of a research project in the Humanities. Each Spring the College of Liberal Arts sponsors an all-day event where faculty at the end of the three-year grant cycle present their scholarship to the University community.

**The 2015 Humanities Research Award Symposium is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Humanities.**




2014 Humanities Research Award Symposium

Friday, February 28, 2014
CLA 1.302B
Open to the Public

Morning Session, 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM

Julia L. Mickenberg, Associate Professor of American Studies: The New Woman Tries on Red: Russia in the American Feminist Imagination, 1905-1945
Arturo Arias, Tomas Rivera Regents Professor in Latin American Literature: Recovering Lost Footprints: The Emergence of Contemporary Indigenous Narratives in Abya Yala
Gabriela Polit Dueñas, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese: Narrating Narcos:Culiacán and Medellín
Janine Barchas, Professor of English: Jane Austen and Celebrity Culture

Lunch, 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM in the Normandy Scholars Room (CLA 2.606)

Afternoon Session, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

John Hartigan, Professor of Anthropology, "Care of the Species: Cultivating Biodiversity in Mexico & Spain"
Erika M. Bsumek, Associate Professor of History, "Damming Zion: Mormons, Navajos, and Water in the American West, 1860-1980"
Mark Atwood Lawrence, Associate Professor of History, "Unraveling Liberalism: The United States and the Developing World in the 1960s"
Katherine Arens, Professor in the Department of Germanic Studies, "Squaring the Vienna Circle: Intellectual History Beyond the Cold War"
Martha G. Newman, Associate Professor of History and Religious Studies, "Narrating Faith: The Uncertain World of Engelhard of Langheim"

2013 Humanities Research Award Symposium Program