THIS PAGE IS AN ARCHIVE OF PREVIOUS YEARS' GRADUATE STUDENT WORKSHOPS.
Graduate Student Workshops at the Center in Paris are a convivial and lively forum that meets bimonthly. They provide advanced graduate students, faculty, and outside scholars from various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences with the opportunity to share and discuss their current research.
Faculty Sponsors, 2008-09
- Prof. Françoise Meltzer (Comparative Literature, Romance Languages)
- Prof. Philippe Desan (Romance Languages and Literatures)
- Theresa Semler (Comparative Literature)
For further information, please contact Theresa Semler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Elayne Oliphant (University of Chicago, Anthropology)
Signs of Belief in an Unmarked Faith: The Art and Aesthetics of France’s Contemporary Republican Catholicism
John Hight (University of Chicago, History)
The Blind Men and the Elephant: An Immanent Critique of Identity Theory
Erika Vause (University of Chicago, History)
Disciplining the Market: The Search for Commercial Order, 1797-1807
Nancy Knezevic (University of Chicago, Romance Languages and Literatures)
This Woman I play: Theatricality, Authenticity and Gender in Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Luis-Manuel Garcia (University of Chicago, Music)
Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud (University of Chicago, Comparative Literature)
Jonathan Ullyot (University of Chicago, Comparative Literature)
Theresa Semler (University of Chicago, Comparative Literature)