October 16, 2013
2:30 PM, 3154 Angell HallWorkshop with Blakey Vermeule (Professor of English, Stanford)
November 21, 2013
4 PM, 3241 Angell Hall
Workshop with Emily Talbot (PhD candidate, Art History) and Dean Goodman (Professor of History & Women's Studies, U of Michigan - Ann Arbor)
December 12-13, 2013
"Bruno Latour and the Eighteenth Century," a Two-Day Conference and Seminar
This two-day conference will invite to Michigan leading scholars of eighteenth-century literature and history who have been influenced by the work of historian of science Bruno Latour, bringing them into dialogue with Michigan faculty and graduate students. The event will be composed of two parts: a seminar-style discussion of Latour’s Inquiry into Modes of Existence (August, 2013), and a series of papers, each 30 minutes in length, delivered by participants and chaired by graduate students. Papers presented at the workshop will form a forthcoming volume of The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, edited and introduced by the conference organizers.
For a conference program, click here.
March 21-22, 2014
3222 Angell 9-5 p.m.
"The Economy of Scales," Graduate Student Conference co-sponsored with Nineteenth-Century Forum. Featuring keynote lectures by Noah Heringman (Professor of English, Univ. of Missouri) and Craig Benjamin (Professor of History, Grand Valley State Univ.) For more information, visit the conference website at: ECSG/NCF 2014 Conference