Academic Affairs

Seminars and Colloquia on Teaching

Fall 2007

Wed., Sept. 12, 2007
Mary Lou Zeeman (Mathematics)
“Math and the Menstrual Cycle”

Wed., Sept. 19
Denis Corish (Philosophy)
“The Artifice of Eternity – Reading Yeats “

Tues., Sept. 25
Scott MacEachern (Sociology and Anthropology)
“The Diy-gid-biy Sites: Monumental Architecture and Political Power in Northern Cameroon”

Tues., Oct. 2
James Higginbotham (Classics)
“A King Defaced: Mutilation and the Sack of Assyrian Kalhu”

Wed., Oct. 10
Mark Wethli (Art)
“On Building a Piper Cub”

Tues., Oct. 23
Stephen Majercik (Computer Science)
“Achieving Goals with Chancy Logic: Planning Under Uncertainty Using Stochastic Satisfiability”

Wed., Oct. 31
Bruce Kohorn (Biology and Biochemistry)
“The Regulation of Cell Expansion”

Tues., Nov. 6
Sarah O’Brien Conly (Philosophy)
“Should the State Protect the Free Exercise of Religion?”

Wed., Nov. 14
Guy Mark Foster (English)
“Looking Good: The Assertoric (Male) Gaze in Alice Walker’s Meridian”

Wed., Nov. 28
Jennifer Scanlon (Gender and Women’s Studies)
“’If My Husband Calls I’m Not Here’: The Beauty Parlor as Real and Representational Female Space ”

Wed., Dec. 5
Enrique Yepes (Romance Languages)
Inaugural Lecture, Peter M. Small Professorship“Poetry and Social Activism in Latin America: Two Contemporary Cases”

Open to faculty and staff.
Subject to change.