Faculty Seminar Series

Spring 2017

12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Main Lounge, Moulton Union
Open to Faculty and Staff
Subject to Change


Tues., Jan. 31  Pamela Fletcher (Art History)
“The Race for Wealth:  Speculation, Competition, and Morality in Victorian Art” 

Wed., Feb. 8  Doris Santoro (Education) and Stephen Houser (Academic Technology and Consulting)
"#teachertweets:  Machine Learning and Moral Communities"

Tues., Feb. 14  Zorina Khan (Economics) 
"Related Investing:  Corporate Shareholders in 19th-Century Maine” 

Wed., Feb. 22  Zachary Rothschild (Psychology) 
“Righteous or Self-Righteous Anger?  When Outrage at Injustice Reflects Concern for Our Own Moral Identity”

Tues., Feb. 28  Michelle Lee (Romance Languages and Literatures, Francophone Studies)
“Balzac's Arabesque”

Wed., March 8   Meredith McCarroll (Writing and Rhetoric) 
"Unwhite:  Appalachia, Race, and Film"
Tues., March 28   Jack O'Brien (Mathematics)
"Politics, Plankton, and Pottery:  What Models of Mixture Can Tell Us About Just About Everything"

Wed., April 5  Judith Casselberry (Africana Studies)
"Intentional Community Building:  Blackness in Lesbian Musical Culture" 
Wed., April 12  James Mullen (Visual Arts) 
"Pilgrimage:  Exploring Destination Landscapes"

Tues., April 18  
Bruce Kohorn (Biochemistry and Biology)   

Wed., May 3   Elena Cueto Asin (Romance Languages and Literatures, Hispanic Studies)
"Killing the Prime Minister:  Historical Fiction and Television in Spain"