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May 9, 2013: TEMS 10th Annual Graduate Student Roundtable

The Theorizing Early Modern Studies Collaborative
Tenth Annual Annual Graduate Student Roundtable
Thursday, May 9, 5:00-6:30 PM, 235 Nolte, East Bank

Dana Schumacher-Schmidt, English:
“‘This unnatural War came like a Whirlwind’: Remembering and Rebuilding in Margaret Cavendish’s Prose”

Murat Altun, Anthropology:
“A Bestiary Hunt: Sovereignty and the Memories of Violence in Northeastern Turkey”

Sean Killackey, French:
“The Figuration of Nature in the French Enlightenment”

The Theorizing Early Modern Studies (TEMS) Collaborative organizes conversations around works in progress by scholars of the early modern period. We welcome everyone, especially faculty and graduate students in the Humanities. The group offers an opportunity for interdisciplinary, collaborative reflection on the relationship
between history, literature, the fine arts, philosophy and the sciences.
PAPERS CIRCULATE IN ADVANCE.  Brief project statements will soon be available as .pdf files on the TEMS website. The URL is  Link to the files by clicking on the paper titles. PLEASE NOTE that papers are password protected.  Please e-mail Juliette Cherbuliez <> for more information.

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