Fellows' Seminars 2014-15
Cogut Center Fellows meet on a regular basis to discuss their works-in-progress. Pre-circulated papers are distributed a week ahead of time and then discussed at the seminar.
In 2014-15, Fellows' Seminars, open to Cogut Center Fellows and invited guests only, are held in Pembroke Hall 202.
"Raymond Williams, Forms of English Fiction in 1848"
John Hawkes Professor of Humanities and English
Director, Cogut Center for the Humanities
David Estlund, Faculty Fellow
"Dance Games and Body Work"
Kiri Miller, Faculty Fellow
"Latina/o Literature Unbound: A Granular Approach"
Ralph Rodriguez, Faculty Fellow
"The Kantian Basis of Schmittian Politics"
Raef Zreik, Visiting Associate Professor of the Humanities
Carmel College/Haifa and Minerva Center for the Humanities
"Fertile Ground: Pro-Life Crisis Pregnancy Centers in the US"
Sara Matthiesen, Graduate Fellow
"The Historical Construction of Environmental Inequality in the United States During the 19th and 20th Century and its Role in Triggering an Integrated Crusade for Environmental Protection and Social Justice from 1945-1984"
Vanessa Fabien, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Africana Studies/environmental Studies
"Deeply Superficial Transgression: Challenging the Defense and Decriminalization of Graffiti 'Art'"
Stefano Block, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Karida Brown, Graduate Fellow
"The Human Right to Dominate"
Nicola Perugini, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Italian Studies/Middle East Studies
"Black and Balkan: A Comparison of Caribbean, African, African-American and Balkan History, Theory and Art"
Anja Jovic, Graduate Fellow
Lesley Jacobs, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Kenneth Sacks, Faculty Fellow
Yana Stainova, Graduate Fellow