Arts and Humanities Colloquium

Upcoming Events

“The Logic of ‘Ought,’ and Why We Ought to Care about Logic”

Laura Tomlinson Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy In which I make a nitpicky, technical argument about the logical analysis of...

“Pondicherry to Pointe-à-Pitre: The 9000-Mile Journey of the Indentured Indians”

Mahadevi Ramakrishnan, Senior Lecturer in French, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures From 1854-1883, thousands of Indian indentured workers...

“Appearances and Disappearances in Dante”

William Stull, Associate Professor, Department of the Classics From the Vita Nuova onward, Dante tended to portray the journey of his life as a series of...

“Critical Afterlife and Site-Specific Histories in Girls of the Golden West”

Christian DuComb, Department Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Theater; University Professor, CORE 152 David Belasco’s melodrama The Girl of the...

“An afternoon with Danielle Evans, author of Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self and The Office of Historical Corrections”

LIVING WRITERS: Danielle Evans, Author As part of the Division of Arts and Humanities Fall 2021 Colloquium Series A graduate of the Iowa Writers’...

“Crafting the Unfinished Christian: Converts as Workshops in Antiquity”

Georgia Frank, Charles A. Dana Professor of Religion; Chair, Department of Religion They say "you can't be what you can't see." The same held true for...