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The Humanities Scheduling Calendar is a working document, where Departments within the Humanities disciplines in the College of Arts and Sciences may list their upcoming events for the next twelve months. It can be used by faculty, staff and students when planning events, in order to avoid scheduling conflicts. Access to the Scheduling Calendar information is open. In order to list an event on the scheduling calendar, please submit the event details by using the following form:

Social Identities in the Classic Maya Northern Lowlands

Gender, Age, Memory, and Place

- See more at: http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/ardren-social-identities-in-classic-maya-northern-lowlands#sthash.2JCVlSvA.dpuf

 


Fall 2017


AUGUST

August 30 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Nathan Timpano, Assistant Professor of Art History, Constructing the Viennese Modern Body: Art, Hysteria, and the Puppet

SEPTEMBER

 

September 29 - 12:30pm : Expanding Career Opportunities for PhDs in the Humanities: Teaching at Community Colleges (For UM Humanities Faculty & Grad Students). Shalala Student Center, Iron Arrow Room.

*RESCHEDULED* September 29 - 3:30pm : Fall Reception for Humanities Faculty & Graduate Students. Shalala Student Center, Third Floor, Iron Arrow Room.

OCTOBER

October 4 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Simon Evnine, Professor of Philosophy, Making Objects and Events: A Hylomorphic Theory of Artifacts, Actions, and Organisms

October 6 - 9:30am - 4:30 pm: 2016-2017 Center for the Humanities Fellows Symposium, Otto G. Richter Library, Third Floor Conference Room.

October 19 - 7:00 pm : Henry King Stanford Distinguished Professor Lecture Series : Annette Gordon-Reed, Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History, Harvard Law School; Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study; Professor of History, Harvard University. Shalala Student Center, Third Floor, Grand Ballroom West. Making Black Citizenship: The Importance and Limits of the Law

NOVEMBER

November 9 - 7:00pm : Henry King Stanford Distinguished Professor Lecture Series : Richard P. Martin, Antony and Isabelle Raubitschek Professor in Classics, Stanford University. Newman Alumni Center. Homeric Poetry and Local Religion: Cults of Zeus in the 'Iliad'

November 10: Conference: Homer and His Legacy - More information coming soon

DECEMBER

December 6 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Christina Civantos, Associate Professor of Spanish, The Afterlife of al-Andalus: Muslim Iberia in Contemporary Arab and Hispanic Narratives


Spring 2018


JANUARY

January 24 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Chrissy Arce, Associate Professor of Spanish, México’s Nobodies: The Cultural Legacy of the Soldadera and Afro-Mexican Women

*RESCHEDULED* January 25 - 7:00 pm : Henry King Stanford Distinguished Professor Lecture Series : Elizabeth Hill Boone, Professor and Chair, History of Art, Tulane University. Newman Alumni Center. Spatial Grammars: The Union of Art and Writing in the Painted Books of Aztec Mexico

*RESCHEDULED* January 26 - 10:30 am : Stanford Lunch Seminar: Elizabeth Hill Boone (For UM Humanities Faculty & Grad Students)Otto G. Richter Library, Special Collections. Reading the Past and the Future in the Painted Books of Aztec Mexico

FEBRUARY

February 5-6 : Phi Beta Kappa Lecture: Thomas Laqueur, Helen Fawcett Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley, Why Do We Care for the Dead?  Richter Library, Third Floor Conference Room

February 15 - 7:00pm :  Henry King Stanford Distinguished Professor Lecture Series: Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Professor of History, Professor of African and African-American Studies, Harvard University. The Coromantee War: Charting the Course of an Atlantic Slave Revolt

February 16 - 12:30 pm : Stanford Lunch Seminar: Vincent Brown (For UM Humanities Faculty & Grad Students). School of Nursting, Conference Room. Atlantic Slavery and the Digital Humanities

February 21 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Pamela Geller, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, The Bioarchaeology of Socio-Sexual Lives: Queering Common Sense About Sex, Gender, and Sexuality

February 22 - 4:30pm : Animal Studies and Environmental Humanities Lecture:  Alan Mikhail, Professor of History, Yale University. Otto G. Richter Library, Third Floor Conference Room. Live Stocks: Animals and Economic Transformation in Ottoman Egypt

MARCH

March 1 - 7:00pm : Henry King Stanford Distinguished Professor Lecture Series: Dylan C. Penningroth, Professor of History & Law, University of California, Berkeley. Shalala Student Center, Grand Ballroom East.  Law for a Gospel Church: African American Religion and Legal Culture, 1865-1970

March 1-3 : The Many Fourteenth Amendments, Shalala Student Center, Third Floor Activities Room (Cosponsored by the Center for the Humanities) - More information coming soon

March 28 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Karen Mathews, Assistant Professor of Art History, Conflict, Commerce, and an Aesthetic of Appropriation in the Italian Maritime Cities, 1000-1150

APRIL

April 5 - 7:00 pm : Edith Bleich Speaker Series: Ingrid D. Rowland, Professor of History, University of Notre Dame. Location TBA. Two Renaissance Magnates: Agostino Chigi and Jakob Fugger

April 11 - 8:00pm : BookTalk at Books & Books : Rebecca Doran, Assistant Professor of Chinese, Transgressive Typologies: Constructions of Gender and Power in Early Tang China