December 5, 8:00 for 8:30 p.m.
re-scheduled to Dec. 12, 8:00 for 8:30 (915 S. Ballantine Rd) because of the weather
Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies monthly meeting; discussion of a pre-circulated paper by Professor Jonathan Schlesinger (History), "The Qing Invention of Nature"
November 14, 7:30 for 8:00 p.m. (home of Monique Morgan and Jesse Molesworth, 1727 E. Hunter Ave.)
Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies in collaboration with Victorian Studies hosts a discussion forum for graduate students: "Genre: A Useful Category of Analysis" with brief presentations by
Johannes Türk (Germanic Studies), Nikki Skillman (English), and Carrie Sickmann (Victorian Studies).
noon-1:15 (Cavanaugh Hall 438; IUPUI; Indianapolis)
IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute lecture by Mathias Persson (University of Uppsala, Sweden)
"From Enlightenment to Enlightenments: On the Revision of a Monolithic Concept"
October 10, 8:00 for 8:30 p.m. (Rebecca Spang's house; 915 S. Ballantine Rd)
Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies monthly meeting; discussion of a pre-circulated paper by Professor Mary Favret (English), "The General Fast and Humiliation"
September 26 (9:00-5:30) and September 27 (9:30-5:30), Maple Room (IMU)
"Assembling the Global: Universal History, Past and Present"-an exploratory international workshop, with participants from the United States, France, and Norway; for further details, contact Hall Bjornstad
September 19, 5:00-7:00 p.m. (Federal Room, IMU)
Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies hosts the Kenshur Prize Symposium celebrating Srinivas Aravamudan's Enlightened Orientalism: Resisting the Rise of the Novel (University of Chicago Press, 2012); more information
Other events of potential interest to dix-huitièmistes may be found on the College Arts and Humanities Institute's calendar; remember to consult the Indiana University (Bloomington) events listing, as well.