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 CLA Hosts Third Friday Series

Faculty work in progress and recently published work are presented



Olaf Kuhlke


CLA THIRD FRIDAY LECTURES
The College of Liberal Arts faculty lecture series, “Third Friday” features recently published work or work-in-progress by faculty in CLA.

Olaf Kuhlke presented "Masochists, Misogynists, and Metal: Fascist Aesthetics and the Social Construction of National Identity in German Popular Music," on September 17.

Mitra Emad presented “Brokering Acupuncture: Personas and Practices in American Cultural Translations” October 15.

Paul Sharp presented “Virtue Unrestrained: Herbert Butterfield and the Problem of American Power” on November 19.

Alexis Pogorelskin will present “Hollywood and the Nazis or ‘I am Franklin Roosevelt and I Approved this Message’” at 3 p.m. on December 17 in the Kirby Rafters.

Spring programs include:

Milan Kovacovic presents "Room and Board-- A Bilingual Memoir of a Jagged Journey through the Social Classes: France, Slovakia and U.S.A.," on January 21.

Jennifer Jones presents "Living Landscapes: The Archaeology of Early City Life in Jordan," on February 18.

Marty Bock presents "The Power of Suggestion: Joseph Conrad and French Medical Occultism," on March 18.

Maureen Tobin-Stanley presents "Reflections of the Holocaust in Spanish Culture," on April 15.

For information see
http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/main/3friday.php or call 726-8981.

Posted Dec 2, 2004

 

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