2014 Schedule of HIAA Roundtables, Lectures and Notable Events
9/15 6:00 pm, Field Dirt at the Joukowsky Center,
Professors Sue Alcock, Sheila Bonde, John Cherry, Nancy Khalek, Felipe Rojas, and Peter van Dommelen will share the latest news from their archaeological fieldwork this summer in Jordan, France, Montserrat, Turkey, Mexico, and Italy.
9/18 (Thursday) Mini-Roundtable: Present Yourself! A
Writing your “elevator pitch,” short bio, personal introduction for talks and conference schedules, and of course the department website! With Courtney Martin and interested others.
9/19 (Friday) 2:00-5:30, The Colonial Archive,” Pembroke Center,
305 Pembroke Hall
Natalie Zemon Davis, Itohan Osayimwese, Anna Laura Stoler, Ruth Ben-Ghiat.
10/14 Roundtable: Sheila Bonde, Dig This: A New Chapel at
10/16 Lyneise Williams (UNC, Chapel Hill), talk on Afro-Latino Visual
Culture, cosponsored with the History Department , more TBA
10/21 Paula Findlen (Stanford University), “Inventing Medieval
Women: History, Memory, and Forgery in Early Modern Italy,”
5:30, Smith- Buoannno, 106. The History Department annual
10/23 COLOR LECTURE: Michael Taussig (Columbia University,
co-sponsored with Anthropology), "What's Magical About
‘Magic Hour’ Now That The World Is Dying?” 305 Pembroke
Hall co-sponsored with Anthro, TAPS, and the Cogut Center,
and the Woods Fine Art Lecture Fund.
10/24 (Friday) 12:00: With a seminar for interested students
and faculty the following day at noon, October 24, in the
10/30 (Thursday) 12:00-1:00: Anne Chen, presentation of current
work at the Joukowsky Center Brownbag series, RI Hall, rm.
11/7-9 Conference on Lars van Trier at Media Studies/Cogut.
11/11 Thomas Elsaesser (film/architecture historian) lecture
11/12 Thomas Elsaesser seminar
2/3 Roundtable with James Elkins (School of the Art Institute of
Chicago), lunch seminar with interested graduate students and
faculty 12:00-1:30 [pre-circulated reading]. (He will also be
giving a public lecture sponsored by the Cogut Center that
evening, more info TBA)
3/17 COLOR LECTURE: Jacqueline Lichtenstein (Sorbonne),
co-sponsored with French Studies and the Pembroke Center.
Seminar with the Pembroke Fellows and interested students
and faculty from HIAA on W, March 18, 10:00-1:00
4/7 Roundtable (Frick talk)
4/9 (Thursday) HIAA Annual Anita Glass Lecture/COLOR
LECTURE: Paul Hills (Courtauld Institute) 5:30 pm
4/10 Vivien Lovell (Modus Operandi), 10:00 RISD Museum,
cosponsored with Brown VA, RISD Museum, RISD, and the CAC
4/28 5:30, Evelyn Lincoln, a talk for Renaissance & Early Modern
Studies at the Annmary Brown Memorial, 21 Brown Street