Upcoming Events 2014-2015

2014 Schedule of HIAA Roundtables, Lectures and Notable Events


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 

11/11             Roundtable

11/16             The Complete Fragment, 2:30 - 3 pm

 12/9             Roundtable


1/27             Roundtable, Peter Levins: Run through of NESAH talk
                         [Title, TBA]

 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)

 3/3               Roundtable, Sarah Rovang: Run-through of SAH talk.  
                      [Title, 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, Ali Mathwig: Run-through, Frick talk. [Title,

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

4/20               Lukasz Stanek, History of Architecture talk (evening event,

4/24-25        Architecture Urbanism and the Humanities:  Symposium
                       organized by Dietrich Neumann and Laura Briggs, more
                       information to come

4/28               5:30, Evelyn Lincoln, a talk for Renaissance & Early Modern
                         Studies at the Annmary Brown Memorial, 21 Brown Street

5/12             Open Roundtable TBD