12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Main Lounge, Moulton Union
Open to Faculty and Staff
Subject to Change
Wed., Sept. 11 Allen Wells (History)
“Rep. Charles Porter and the Crusade for Latin American Democracy During the Cold War”
☼Tues., Sept. 17 Samuel Putnam (Psychology)
“Don't Touch! Temperament and Parenting as Independent Predictors of Toddlers' Ability to Resist Temptation”
Wed., Sept. 25 Amy Johnson (Marine Biology)
“What Puts the Bounce in a Seastar's Step?”
☼Tues., Oct. 1 Robert Morrison (Religion)
"Jewish Intermediaries Bridging the Ottoman Empire and Renaissance Italy"
Wed., Oct. 9 Aaron Kitch (English)
“The Matter with Hamlet”
☼Tues., Oct. 22 Susan Bell (Sociology)
"Providing Hospital Care for New Mainers: Bridging Differences in Outpatient Settings"
Wed., Oct. 30 Nancy Riley (Sociology)
“Finding a Place: Chinatown and the Chinese in Hawai`i”
☼Tues., Nov. 5 Susan Wegner (Art History)
"Ovid's Metamorphoses, Astronomy and Painting in Galileo's Florence"
☼Tues., Nov. 12 Carrie Scanga (Art)
"A Printmaker's Studio Practice: Graphic Thought and Inky Fingers in the Age of Crtl+p"
Wed., Nov. 20 Yao Tang (Economics)
"How Did Exchange Rates Affect Employment in U.S. Cities?"
Wed., Dec. 4 Enrique Yepes (Romance Languages)
"Displacement, Poetry, Environment: Maria Mercedes Carranza's Song of the Flies"