in progress and recently published work are presented
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
or call 726-8981.
Posted Dec 2, 2004