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2001


 

Nanoscience
Angela M. Belcher
The University of Texas at Austin

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The University of Texas at Austin
November 2, 2001

Evelyn L. Hu
University of California at Santa Barbara
New Opportunities for Photons in Nanostructures

Clifford P. Kubiak
University of California at San Diego
Electronic Conduction in Molecular Nanostructures

Angela M. Belcher
The University of Texas at Austin
Nanoscience

Brian A. Korgel
The University of Texas at Austin
Chemical Strategies to Coax Visible Light from Silicon

Zhen Yao
The University of Texas at Austin
Carbon Nanotube Nanoelectronics

C. Grant Willson
The University of Texas at Austin
Polymer Chemistry and Nanoscience


2002


 

Variational and Viscosity Methods in Partial Differential Equations
Xavier Cabré
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Austin
Co-sponsored by TICAM (Texas Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics)
Co-organized by Luis Caffarelli (The University of Texas at Austin)
April 17-20, 2002

Luigi Ambrosio
Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
Existence and Stability Results in L1 Theory of Optimal Transportation

Francois Hamel
Universite Aix - Marseille III
Variational Principles and Applications to Some Propagation Phenomena in Periodic Media

Changfeng Gui
University of Connecticut
Recent Progress on a Conjecture of De Giorgi

Denis Labutin
ETH - Zentrum, Zurich
Potential Theory Estimates for Semilinear Elliptic Equations

Henri Berestycki
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Propagation of Fronts in Periodic Media

Nikolai Nadirashvili
University of Chicago
Isoperimetric Inequalities for the Second Eigenvalue of a Sphere

Regis Monneau
Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees, CERMICS
One-Dimensional Symmetry and Fully Nonlinear Elliptic Equations

Maria Esteban
Universite Paris Dauphine
About Some New Homogeneous and Non-homogeneous Hardy Inequalities

Lihe Wang
University of Iowa
Estimates for Degenerate Equations and Applications

Jean-Michel Roquejoffre
Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse
Mathematical Justification and Qualitative Properties of a Class of Asymptotic Models for Spherical Flames

Yanyan Li
Rutgers University
Extensions to a Theorem of Jörgens, Calabi, and Pogorelov

Nassif Ghoussoub
Pacific Institute, Vancouver
Elliptic Equations with Singular Potentials

Italo Capuzzo-Dolcetta
Universita Roma La Sapienza
Hadamard and Liouville Type Results for Fully Nonlinear PDE`s

Fang Hua Lin
Courant Institute, New York University
On Faddeev and Skyrme Models

David Jerison
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Global Energy Minimizers for Free Boundary Problems and Full Regularity in 3 Dimensions


 

 

The Murray S. Johnson and Donald D. Harrington Conference on Monetary Economics
Beatrix Paal
Stanford University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Economics
The University of Texas at Austin
March 1-2, 2002

Details about conference participants unavailable


2003


 

Criticizing Asceticism:
Asian and European Religious Views in Comparative Perspective

Oliver Freiberger
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Asian Studies
The University of Texas at Austin
September 18-20, 2003

Oliver Freiberger
University of Bayreuth, Germany
The Criticism of Asceticism in Comparative Perspective

Martha Newman
The University of Texas at Austin
Disciplining the Will, Disciplining the Body: Conflicting Modes of Asceticism in Cistercian Monasticism, 1100-1250

Peter Schalk
University of Uppsala, Sweden
The Saiva Devaluation of Bauddha and Jaina Asceticism in Pre-Colonial Tamilakam

Andrew Crislip
University of Hawaii at Manoa
“I Have Chosen Sickness:” The Controversial Function of Sickness in Early Christian Asceticism

Christoph Kleine
University of Leipzig, Germany
“The Epitome of the Ascetic Life:” The Controversy on Self-Mortification and Ritual Suicide as Ascetic Practices in East Asian Buddhism

Patrick Olivelle
The University of Texas at Austin
The Ascetic and the Domestic in Brahmanical Religiosity

Isabelle Kinnard
College of William and Mary
Imitatio Christi in Christian Martyrdom and Ascetism: A Critical Dialogue

Ute Hüsken
University of Heidelberg, Germany
“Gotami, Do Not Wish to Go from Home to Homelessness!” Patterns of Objections to Female Asceticism in Theravada Bhuddhism

Ulrich Berner
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Epicurus’ Role in Controversies on Asceticism in European Religious History

Max Deeg
University of Vienna, Austria
Aryan National Religion(s) and the Criticism of Ascetism and Quietism in the 19th and 20th Centuries


Designing for Civic Environmentalism
Andrew Light
New York University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
School of Architecture
Co-sponsored by Center for Sustainable Development
The University of Texas at Austin
November 12-15, 2003

Open Studio Review of Student Work
The Civic Environmentalism Workshop
Student participants: Clayton Fry, Eric Geppalt, Brian Hagood, David Hincher, Chen Hui, Harlan Levien, Tajel Patel, Garret Reile, Hunter Savard, Jennifer Tullis, and Kristen William.

Workshops

Roger King
University of Maine
Playing with Boundaries: Ethical Reflections on Designing an Environmental Culture

Michael Oden
The University of Texas at Austin
Civic Environmentalism, Self Interest, and the Problem of Power

William Shutkin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Building Communities of Place: From Ideals to Practices

Gary Rohrbacher
The University of Texas at Austin
Environmental Civility

Yuriko Saito
Rhode Island School of Design
The Role of Aesthetics in Environmentalism

Hope Hasbrouck
Harvard GSD and The University of Texas at Austin
Sites in Systems

Eric Katz
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Follow the Money: Environmentalism and the Paradox of Greed

Kevin Anderson
The University of Texas at Austin
Marginal Nature and Moral Margins: Valuing Nature in the Shadow of the City

James Sheppard
University of Missouri, Kansas City
Civic Design and Regional Connectedness in Urban America

Jonathan Smith
Texas A&M University
Modern Identity and the Predicament of Place

Fritz Steiner
The University of Texas at Austin
The Human Ecology of the First Urban Century

Kathleen Higgins
The University of Texas at Austin
Marketing Environmentalism: The Aesthetics of Ecology

Barbara Parmenter
The University of Texas at Austin
Planners, Citizens, and Communities: Cautions and Opportunities for ‘Planning’ Civic Environmentalism

Craig Hanks
Southwest Texas State University
The ‘American Century’ as Symptom and Dream: Some Notes Toward A Critical Urban Environmentalism

John O’Neill
Lancaster University, U.K.
The Nature of Narrative

Closing Comments and Discussion

Andrew Light
New York University

Steven Moore
The University of Texas at Austin


2004


 

The University and International Relations in the 21st Century
Frank Gavin
The University of Texas at Austin

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
Co-sponsored by UT Global Challenges Initiative (UT-GCI)
The University of Texas at Austin
June 23, 2004

International History and Public Policy – Why the Disconnect?

Elspeth Rostow, Chair
The University of Texas at Austin

Matthew Connelly
Columbia University

Jeremi Suri
University of Wisconsin

Mark Kramer
Harvard University

Frank Gavin
The University of Texas at Austin

International Politics and the “Real” World: The View of the Government, the Military, and Private Sectors

Ed Dorn, Chair
The University of Texas at Austin

Bob Inman
The University of Texas at Austin

Monty Meigs
Distinguished Visiting Tom Slick Professor in World Peace

James Taylor
CIMA Strategies

Bonnie Jenkins
Harvard University

Bruce Kuklick - “Intellectuals and War – A Cautionary Tale” with a response from Marc Trachtenberg, University of California – Los Angeles

Hard Science” and International Politics – How Scientists, Engineers and Economists look at the World

James Galbraith, Chair
The University of Texas at Austin

Steve Weinberg
The University of Texas at Austin

Kenneth Flamm
The University of Texas at Austin

Hans Mark
The University of Texas at Austin

Krishan A. Malik
The University of Texas at Austin

The Use and Abuse of International Relations Theory

Peter Trubowitz, Chair
The University of Texas at Austin

Marc Trachtenberg

University of California – Los Angeles

Harrison Wagner
The University of Texas at Austin

John Lewis Gaddis
Yale University

Ronald Steel
University of Southern California

Philip Bobbitt, author, “Shield of Achilles: The Long War and the Market State”


Empire, Human Rights, and Transnational Contexts in the History of American Law
John Witt
Columbia University Law School
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
University of Texas School of Law
Co-sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin Global School of Law
October 28, 2004

Law & Empire

Lauren Benton, Law and Colonial Cultures (2002)
Daniel Richter, Facing East from Indian Country (2001)
Martti Koskenniemi, The Gentle Civilizer of Nations (2002)

American Law in Transnational Context

David Hendrickson, Peace Pact: The Lost World of the American Founding (2003)
Thomas Bender, "Historians, the Nation, and the Plenitude of Narratives" (2002)
Sanford Levinson, "Installing the Insular Cases into the Canon of Constitutional Law" (2001)

Human Rights in Historical Perspective

Kenneth Cmiel, "The Recent History of Human Rights," (2004)
Kenneth Cmiel, "The Emergence of Human Rights Politics in the U.S." (1999)
Carol Anderson, Eyes off the Prize: The U.N. and the African-American Struggle for Human Rights, 1944-1955 (2003)
Rosemary Foot, Rights Beyond Borders: The Global Community and the Struggle over Human Rights in China (2000)


2005


Root Causes of Suicide Terrorism
Ami Pedahzur
University of Haifa. Israel

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Government
Co-sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin Department of Government and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies
The University of Texas at Austin
May 12-13, 2005

Root Causes of Terrorism – Frameworks for Analysis

Mia Bloom
University of Cincinnati
Dying to Kill: The Allure of Suicide Terrorism

Joshua Sinai
U. S. Department of Homeland Security
Root Causes of Suicide Martyrdom Warfare and Its Effectiveness

Assaf Moghadam
Tufts University
The Root Causes of Suicide Terrorism: A Multi-Causal Approach

Islam, Al-Qaeda and Suicide Terrorism

Marc Sageman
University of Pennsylvania and the Foreign Policy Research Institute
Islam and al Qaeda

Fernando Reinares and Rogelio Alonso
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Madrid
Maghreb Immigrants Becoming Suicide Terrorists: A Case Study on Religious Radicalization Processes in Spain

Yoram Schweitzer
Tel Aviv University
Al Qaida and the Global Suicide Terrorism Epidemic

The Role of Religion in Generating Suicide Terrorism

Leonard Weinberg
University of Nevada – Reno
Suicide Terrorism for Secular Causes

Nichole Argo
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Banality of the Sacred: Community Structure and Bombing Variance in Low- and High-Generating Palestinian and Iraqi Villages

Mohammed Hafez
University of Missouri – Kansas City
Manufacturing Human Bombs: Strategy, Culture, and Conflict in the Making of Palestinian Suicide Bombers

Alex Mintz
Texas A&M University
The Decision Calculus of Terrorists

Bruce Hoffman
RAND Corporation
The Challenge of Countering Suicide Terrorism


 

State of Research in Strategy and Organizations
James D. Westphal
The University of Texas at Austin

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Red McCombs School of Business
The University of Texas at Austin
March 25, 2005

Research on Strategic Management: State of the Field

Jim Fredrickson
The University of Texas at Austin

Ithai Stern
The University of Texas at Austin

Jim Westphal
The University of Texas at Austin

Research in Organization Theory: State of the Field

Pamela Haunschild
The University of Texas at Austin

Donald Lange
The University of Texas at Austin

Kyle Lewis
The University of Texas at Austin


Transnational Circulation of Landscape Narratives and Nation Building
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra
State University of New York – Buffalo

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of History
The University of Texas at Austin
April 15, 2005

Julia Adeney Thomas
University of Notre Dame
The Contentious Natures of the "New Japan"

Raymond Craib
Cornell University
Time Passages: Nature, Nation, and History in Mexico

John O'Brian
University of British Columbia – Vancouver
About Worms: The Predatory Desire for Wilderness in Canada

Graciela Silvestri
CONICET National Research Council/IDEHAB
La Plata University and Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires
River Plate Landscapes: The Construction of the "Empty Space"

Thomas Lekan
University of South Carolina
Consuming Nature - Building Nations: Tourism and the Nationalization of the Rhine, 1800-1914

Fa-ti Fan
State University of New York – Binghamton
Chinese Central Asia in Transnational Scientific Discourse and International Politics

Angela Miller
Washington University
Aesthetic Strategies for Advancing the Claims of Nation in an Era of Disunity: Landscape Arts in the U. S., 1820 to 1870

Alexandra Kennedy-Troya
University of Cuenca, Ecuador
Identities and Territories: Ecuadorian Landscape in the 19th Century

Lily Litvak
The University of Texas at Austin
Campos de Castilla: The Invention of a Landscape in Turn-of-the-Century Spanish Literature

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra
State University of New York – Buffalo
Nations as Spiritual Gardens

Chris Ely
Florida Atlantic University
The Whole Nation in a Little Backyard: Vasilii Polenov's Moskovskii Dvorik and Moscow's Ambiguous Identity


2006



 

Animal Humanities: A Symposium
Ivan Kreilkamp
Indiana University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of English
April 21-22, 2006

Plenary Speakers

Steve Baker
University of Central Lancashire
Circling the Animal with Art and with Writing

Harriet Ritvo
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Animals on the Edge

Cary Wolfe
Rice University
Learning From Temple Grandin, or Animal Studies, Disability Studies, and Who Comes After the Subject.

Panel 1

Samuel Baker, Moderator
The University of Texas at Austin

Clare Palmer
University of Washington - St Louis
Context in Animal Ethics

Susan McHugh
University of New England
Seeing Eyes, Blinding Justice: The Problem of Rights in Assistance Animal Narratives

Nigel Rothfels
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Animals, History, and Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions

Panel 2

Diana K. Davis, Moderator
The University of Texas at Austin

Teresa Mangum
University of Iowa
Unleashing the Class: Theory, Pedagogy, and Praxis

Janet Davis
The University of Texas at Austin
“Christ Among the Cattle”: Forging an Interdisciplinary History of the U. S. Animal Welfare Movement, 1866-1930

Jennifer Mason
Consultant
Animal Studies and Animal Politics


Solid State Cavity Quantum ElectroDynamics
Carlo Piermarocchi
Michigan State University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Physics
The University of Texas at Austin
October 6-7, 2006

Pierre Petroff
University of California - Santa Barbara
Ultra Bright and Efficient Photon Sources from Cavity Coupled Quantum Dots

Dennis Deppe
University of Central Florida
Self-Organized Single Quantum Dot Light Sources for Cavity QED Devices

C. K. Shih
The University of Texas at Austin
Semiconductor Quantum Dots in Microcavities: Interactions of Excitons, Photons, and Phonons

David Press
Stanford University
Strong Coupling Between a Single Quantum Dot and a Pillar Microcavity

Peter Littlewood
Cambridge University
Polariton Condensation in Microcavities

David Snoke
University of Pittsburgh
Bose-Einstein condensation of Exciton-Polaritons in Microcavities

Carlo Piermarocchi
Michigan State University
Long-range Spin Qubit Interaction Mediated by Microcavity Polaritons

Kerry Vahala
California Institute of Technology
High-Q Micro-Toroid Resonators on a Silicon Chip

Hailin Wang
University of Oregon
Strong-coupling Cavity QED with NV Center and Deformed Silica Microsphere

Wang Yao
University of California at San Diego / The University of Texas at Austin
Control of Spin-photon Dynamics in Coupled Dot-Cavity-Waveguide System for Quantum Information Processing

Mark Dykman
Michigan State University
Metastable Decay of Modulated Oscillators: Quantum Activation

John Martinis
University of California - Santa Barbara
High-Fidelity Gates using Josephson Phase Qubits

Jay Gambetta
Yale University
Quantum Optics with Microwave Photons in Circuit QED


2007


Papyri and Classical Literature
Ben Henry
University of Oxford

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Classics
The University of Texas at Austin
April 16, 2007

Ben Henry
University of Oxford
Towards a New Edition of Philodemus, On Death IV


Voula Tsouna
University of California – Santa Barbara
The Epilogismoi at the End of Philodemus, On Anger

M. L. West
University of Oxford
A New Tragic Fragment with Music

Dirk Obbink
University of Michigan and University of Oxford
New Light on the Poetry of Archilochus from Oxyrhynchus

G. O. Hutchinson
University of Oxford
How to Do Things with Books: Earlier Greek and Latin Literary Papyri


Guernica and After: The Power of Representation
Andrea Giunta
Universidad de Buenos Aires

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Art and Art History
The University of Texas at Austin
April 21, 2007

Andrea Giunta
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Guernica and After: The Power of Representation

Serge Guilbaut
University of British Columbia
Picasso’s Faena: Joy of Living and Horrors of War

Stephen Petersen
University of Delaware
Beyond Guernica: Picasso and the Politics of Realism in Postwar Milan

Francis Frascina
Keele University and Oxford Brookes University
Guernica: Intellectuals, Dissent and the USA

Linda Henderson
The University of Texas at Austin
Respondent

Francisco Alambert
Universidade de São Paulo
Guernica in Brazil

Robin Greeley and Michael Orwicz
University of Connecticut
Guernica, Falluja, and the Spectacle of War

Estrella de Diego
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Exploring Spain, Exporting ‘Spain’

Jacqueline Barnitz
The University of Texas at Austin
Respondent


The Politics of Peace and the Consequences of War
Ronald R. Krebs
University of Minnesota

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Government
The University of Texas at Austin
May 6-7, 2007

War and the Domestic Economic Order

Hugh Rockoff
Rutgers University

Mark Wilson
University of North Carolina – Charlotte

James Galbraith
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

Globalization, Mobilization, and Civil-Military Relations

Deborah Avant
George Washington University

Bartholomew Sparrow
The University of Texas at Austin

Zoltan Barany
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

War Reform, and the Politics of Gender

Gretchen Ritter
The University of Texas at Austin

Elizabeth Kier
University of Washington

William Forbath
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

National Identity and National Narratives

Dana Cloud
The University of Texas at Austin

Jay Winter
Yale University

Jeffrey Tulis
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

Democratic Participation and Civil Society

James Burk
Texas A&M University

Rieko Kage
Kobe University

Michael Young
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

Democratic Contestation I: Executive Capacity and Authority

Daniel Kryder
Brandeis University

Sanford Levinson
The University of Texas at Austin

Peter Trubowitz
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

Democratic Contestation II: Civil Liberties

Oren Gross
University of Minnesota

Ronald Krebs
University of Minnesota

H. W. Brands
The University of Texas at Austin
Discussant

Where Do We Go From Here?

Peter Katzenstein
Cornell University

Paul Starr
Princeton University


Neural Systems of Social Behavior Conference
Jennifer Beer
University of California – Davis

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Psychology
The University of Texas at Austin
May 11-13, 2007

John F. Kihlstrom
University of California – Berkeley
The Footprints of Phineas Gage

David G. Amaral
University of California – Davis
Neurobiology of Social Behavior in the Rhesus Monkey

Elizabeth Phelps
New York University
Social Learning of Fear

Ralph Adolphs
California Institute of Technology
Facial Processing, the Amygdala and Autism

Colin Camerer
California Institute of Technology
Hyperscan fMRI Imaging of Buyer-Seller Bargaining with Asymmetric Buyer Values

Lisa Feldman Barrett
Boston College
The Neural Reference Space for Emotion: New Meta-Analytic Insights


2008



 

Duke University/Northwestern University/UT Austin IO Theory Conference
Seventh in a series of annual conferences focusing primarily on theoretical work in industrial organization and market design

Professor Marcin Peski
, University of Chicago
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Economics
The University of Texas at Austin
December 6-7, 2008

Geology of the Aegean (Program)
Professor Elizabeth Catlos
Oklahoma State University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Geological Sciences
The University of Texas at Austin
Monday-Wednesday, April 28-30, 2008
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science

Mexico-U.S. Migration: Rural Transformation Development
Professor Rebecca Torres, East Carolina University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Geography and the Environment
Wednesday-Thursday, April 9-10
, 2008

The Economics of Business and the Law
Professor Niko Matouschek, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
The University of Texas at Austin
School of Law and Department of Economics
Friday, April 18, 2008

Green Chemistry for Catalytic C-C Bond Formation:
USA-Japan Young Chemist Exchange

Professor Fumitoshi Shibahara, Gifu University, Japan
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Friday-Saturday, July 11-12, 2008

 

 

2009


Race, Ethnicity, and the History of Books: A Symposium
Professor Matt Cohen, Duke University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of English
The University of Texas at Austin
Saturday, February, 7, 2009

Weather Patterns
Climate, Culture, and Place Making

Professor Allan W. Shearer, Rutgers University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
School of Architecture
The University of Texas at Austin
Saturday, February, 7, 2009

Black Urban Atlantics Conference: An Urban Perspective, 1400-1900
Professor Matt Childs
, University of South Carolina
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of History
The University of Texas at Austin
April 2-3, 2009

Immigration and Political Psychology
Professor Bethany Albertson
, University of Washington at Seattle
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Government
The University of Texas at Austin
April 24, 2009

Texas Symposium on the Development of Close Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Integration*
Professor Lorne Campbell, University of Western Ontario
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Human Development and Family Sciences
May 8-9, 2009

*"Interdisciplinary Research on Close Relationships: The Case for Integration" was published in December 2011 by the American Psychological Association.  The volume was edited by Dr. Campbell and Thomas J. Loving and is largely based on the presentations from Campbell's symposium. 

Quantitative Methods in Finance: A Bayesian Perspective
Professor Carlos Carvalho, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management
The University of Texas at Austin
December 4, 2009

   
 

2010


Seaborne Renaissance: Global Exchanges and Religion in Early Modernity Professor Su Fang Ng, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of English
The University of Texas at Austin
February 6, 2010

Discourses of Music, Sound, and Film: A Meeting of Disciplines
Professor Mark J. Butler, Northwestern University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Butler School of Music
The University of Texas at Austin
February 14-17, 2010

The Archives and The Profession of Literary Studies: Early Modern and Modern British and Irish Literature
Professor Jason E. Powell, St. Joseph's University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of English
The University of Texas at Austin
February 20, 2010

Symposium on Bayesian Non-Parametrics
Professor Carlos M. Carvalho
, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Information, Risk and Operations
The University of Texas at Austin
March 26, 2010

Nonlinear Analysis and PDEs
Professor Alessio Figalli, University of Nice, France
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Austin
April 16-17, 2010

Just Ethics: Topics in Normative Ethics
Professor David Enoch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
School of Law
The University of Texas at Austin
May 1-2, 2010

 

 

2011


New Directions in Aesthetics: The Twentieth Century and Beyond
Professor Holly Watkins, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Butler School of Music
The University of Texas at Austin
February 26, 2011

Performing Lesbian Archives
Professor Robin Bernstein, Harvard University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Theatre and Dance
The University of Texas at Austin
March 4-5, 2011

Acquaintance Conference
Professor Katherine Dunlop, Brown University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Philosophy
The University of Texas at Austin
March 26-27, 2011

Harrington Mathematics Symposium
Professor Monica Vişan, University of California - Los Angeles

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Austin
April 29-30, 2011

The Romantic and Peer Contexts of Adolescent Health
Professor Derek Kreager, Pennsylvania State University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Population Research Center in conjunction with the Department of Sociology
The University of Texas at Austin
May 5-6, 2011

Harrington Symposium in Biomedical Engineering
Professor Ali Khademhosseini, Harvard-MIT's Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Biomedical Engineering
November 10, 2011


2012


Picking Up the Pieces: Refiguring Jerusalem and Rome in Late Antiquity
Professor Ra'anan Boustan, University of California - Los Angeles
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Religious Studies
The University of Texas at Austin
March 26, 2012

Probabilistic Techniques and Algorithms
Professor Rachel Ward, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Austin
April 6-7, 2012

Matter of Contention: Relics & Other Sacred Objects at the Crossroads of Religious Traditions
Professor Ra'anan Boustan, University of California - Los Angeles
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Religious Studies
The University of Texas at Austin
April 23-24, 2012


2013


Systematic Semantic Change
Professor Ashwini Deo
Yale University
Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Linguistics
The University of Texas at Austin
April 5-6, 2013

Next-Generation Materials for Energy Generation, Storage, and Transport
Professor Alan McGaughey, Carnegie Mellon University

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
May 9, 2013

Energy [Ex]Change - Munich and Austin: Regional Centers of Sustainable Innovation
Professor Petra Liedl, Technische Universität München

Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow
School of Architecture
The University of Texas at Austin
Webite: http://energy-ex-change.com/
October 1-2, 2013

 

 
 


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