Faculty Seminar Series

Spring 2013

12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Main Lounge, Moulton Union
Open to faculty and staff
Subject to change
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☼Tues., Jan. 29  Michael Birenbaum Quintero (Music)
“Community-Building and Ethnomusicological Practice in the Afro-Colombian Hinterlands”

Wed., Feb. 6  Sarah F. McMahon (History)  
“Thorn the Murderer”

☼Tues., Feb. 12  Durba Mitra (Gender and Women's Studies and History)
 “Testing Chastity, Evidencing Rape: Medical Evidence, Women's Rights, and Law in India”

Wed., Feb. 20  Ericka A. Albaugh (Government)
 “States of Language and Languages of State in Africa”

☼Tues., Feb. 26  Barbara Putnam (Coastal Studies Center)
“Compass Points: Science, Art, and the Arctic”

Wed., March 6  Kelly N. Fayard (Anthropology)
 “Beyond Blood Quantum: Race, Identity and The Poarch Band of Creek Indians”

Wed., March 27  Elizabeth Pritchard (Religion)
“The Other Catholic Church”

☼Tues., April 2  Brian Purnell (Africana Studies)    
 “Economic Development in Brooklyn, New York’s “Ghetto:” 1968-1985”

Wed., April 10  William R. Jackman (Biology)  
 “Pointed Comments on Embryology and Evolution”

Wed., April 17  Nyama McCarthy-Brown (Theater and Dance)   
 “Dancing in the Margins: Experience of African American Ballerinas”
☼Tues., April 23  Stephen J. Meardon (Economics)   
“Hegemonic Reminiscences: Charles Kindleberger and the 1948 Monetary Reform in Western Germany”

Wed., May 1  Kathryn Byrnes (Education)
 “Integrating Contemplation in Education”

Tues., May 7  Robert B. Sobak (Classics)  
 “What Robotic, Soccer-Playing Dogs Can Teach Us About Ancient, Athenian Democracy”