What are the challenges for emerging women in academia? What can we learn from the successes and failures of established female scholars? Join panelists Drs.
Location: Brown 2200 (CaPS Library). RSVP myFuture
December 1st 5:30pm
Monique Jérôme-Forget C.M., O.Q., PhD
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Stephen Bronfman: connecting the environment as citizen, philanthropist and businessman
March 25, 2015
Macdonald Stewart-Raymond Complex, R2-045
Macdonald Campus – McGill University21,111 Lakeshore Road, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Kimberly R. Moffitt
Assistant Professor, American Studies, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
"Acting While Black in Disney's Land"
Brian Larkin "Techniques of Inattention: Religion and the Mediality of Loudspeakers in Nigeria" | AHCS Speaker Series
Associate Professor, Barnard College, Columbia University
Speaker Series - Colonial Origins of Maoist Insurgency in India: Historical Legacies of British Indirect Rule
On Thursday, February 26, from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, at Peterson Hall 116, Professor Shivaji Mukherjee of the Political Science Department of the Unive
Speaker Series | Natasha Schüll | "Time on Device: Slot Machine Design & the Turn Away from Risk in Gambling"
Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Time on Device: Slot Machine Design & the Turn Away from Risk in Gambling"
Mechthild Fend, University College London
Body to Body: The Dermatological Wax Moulage as Indexical Image
Speaker Series Winter 2014 | Amy Slaton | "Go/No-Go: Measurement, Inscription, and the Legible Industrial Worker"
Art History & Communication Studies
Winter 2014 Speaker Series
Department of History and Politics, Drexel University, Philadelphia PA
Go/No-Go: Measurement, Inscription, and the Legible Industrial Worker
Leonardo Against Nature
Leonardo da Vinci’s investigations of nature led him to reflect on the “counter-natural,” a category revived from antiquity that identified art with violence. This paper will examine Leonardo's redefinition of thecounter-natural, looking both at his sources and at the significance of his thinking for the understanding of painting ca. 1500.