Graduate Student Workshop 2009-10

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, 2009-10

  • Professor Michael Dietler (Anthropology)
  • Professor Robert Morrissey (Romance Languages and Literatures)

Student Coordinator

  • Carolyn Purnell (History)

For further information, please contact Carolyn Purnell (cpurnell@uchicago.edu).

2009-10 Workshops

Thomas Dodman (University of Chicago, History)
Un pays pour la colonie: mourir de nostalgie en Algérie française, 1830-1880 
11/12/2009

Karl Hefty (University of Chicago, Divinity School)
Phenomenality and the Problem of Form
11/26/2009

Eli Thorkelson (University of Chicago, Anthropology)
Ethnographic preface to an epistemology of university models in recent French politics
12/03/2009

Moacir de Sa Pereira (University of Chicago, English Language and Literature)
America's Largest DG Network: The U.S.A. as the Protagonist of U.S.A.
12/10/2009

Elayne Oliphant (University of Chicago, Anthropology)
Cellula Titus Carmel
01/21/2010

Carolyn Purnell (University of Chicago, History)
Digesting the Natural: Zoophagy as Scientific Practice in Victorian Britain
02/04/2010

Benjamin Luley (University of Chicago, Anthropology)
Negotiating Colonial Identities at Ancient Lattara
02/18/2010

Tyson Leuchter (University of Chicago, History)
Law and property were born together and shall die together': Property, law, and state in France, 1804-1848
03/04/2010

Julia Langbein (University of Chicago, Art History)
Incoherence and Exhibition Parody in Fin de Siècle Paris
04/01/2010

Theresa Semler (University of Chicago, Comparative Literature)
Metamorphosis as a way of life
04/15/2010

Erol Ukler (University of Chicago, History)
Making the Nation, Unmaking the Working Class: The Tramway Workers' Movement in Istanbul, 1918-1928
04/29/2010

Thomas Dodman (University of Chicago, History)
The good heart of nostalgia: discovering l'amour du pays in post-revolutionary France
05/12/2010

Nancy Knezevic (University of Chicago, Romance Languages and Literatures)
Medeatrope - Talents of the Vengeful Woman
05/27/2010