Graduate Student Activities
- REMS and the Annmary Brown Memorial serve as the forum for a vibrant community of graduate students in affiliated departments. The REMS Graduate Colloquium meets several times a semester in the convivial setting of the Memorial, to hear and discuss papers by scholars or graduate students in an interdisciplinary context.
This year's graduate student representatives are:
- October 11, 12-1 PM, Annmary Brown Memorial, initial meeting
"Works in Progress"
Wednesday, November 1, 12-1 PM, Annmary Brown Memorial. Prof. Caroline Castiglione (Brown, History and Italian Studies) will discuss her essay, “A Death is a Death: Monuments to Loss and Solutions to Domestic Abuse in Moderata Fonte’s The Worth of Women,
Monday, November 13, 12-1 PM, Annmary Brown Memorial. John Casey (Ph.D. candidate, English) to workshop a selection from a dissertation chapter titled "Common Grounds and Colored Speech."
PaleoSlam with Leland Grigoli
(a place to learn and/or practice our skill at reading premodern scripts)
Our default language will be Latin, but send along any vernacular examples you might have. All levels of paleographic and linguistic proficiency are welcome; this is a place to learn from each other!
The meetings will (tentatively) be from 5:30 to 7 in Sharpe 107 on the following dates (all Wednesdays):
10/11 - Digital Scholarship Lab (Room 137), Rockefeller Library