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Public Programming

IAS Events

Ananya Dance Theatre, Tushaanal: Fires of Dry Grass. University Symposium. September 8-11, 2011, Southern Theater. 800 attending (four sold-out shows).

Opening Reception. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. September 15, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 11 attending.

Kirill Thompson, Humanist Impulses in Traditional Chinese Thought. IAS Initiative. Cosponsored by Philosophy. September 15, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 20 attending.

Tom Rose and Joe Allen, China Insights—Unsettling Consequences. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Cosponsored by Art, Confucius Institute. September 15, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 36 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. “Images from the Region of the Pueblo Indians of North America.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. September 16, 2011, 1229 Heller Hall. 6 attending.

Denise Filios, The Hero Confronts the Marvels of the West: Violence and the Fantastic in the Conquest of al-Andalus. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. Cosponsored by Center for Medieval Studies, Spanish & Portuguese. September 19, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 21 attending.

Andrew Curran, “Sameness and Science, 1730-1750.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. September 22, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 12 attending.

David Odde, Carl Flink, Black Label Movement, A Moving Cell Project Laboratory: They Blinded Me with Science (& Art!). Thursdays at Four/IAS Collaborative: Moving Cell. September 22, 2011, 100 Barker Center. 85 attending.

Glenn Davis Stone, Known Unknowns: The Problem with GMO Research. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Talking about Food.” September 29, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 42 attending.

Diderot Reading Group. “Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See” and “Letter on the Deaf and Mute.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by French & Italian. September 30, 2011, 113 Folwell Hall. 6 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Ludwig Fleck, Genesis and Development of a Scientific Fact. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 6, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 9 attending.

Digital Humanities 2.0 Project Meet-and-Greet. IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. October 6, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 30 attending.

Adia Benton, Exceptional Life: Moral Statehood, Subjectivity and the Politics of HIV Care in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Thursdays at Four/Quadrant: Health. October 6, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 39 attending.

Amir Hussain, The Poem’s Phenomenon. University Symposium. October 11, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 12 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Ludwig Fleck, Genesis and Development of a Scientific Fact. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 13, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 11 attending.

Catherine Prendergast, What Do We Think the Book is Now? 2000 Students Weigh In. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by Writing Studies. October 13, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 48 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. “Pagan Antique Prophecy in Words and Images in the Age of Luther,” “Durer and Italian Antiquity,” “Sandro Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Spring,” and “Airship and Submarine in the Medieval Imagination.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 14, 2011, 235 Nolte Center.

Karen Coelho From the Frying-Pan to the Floodplain: Negotiating Land and Water in Chennai’s Development. Quadrant: Global Cultures. Cosponsored by Geography Coffee Hour. October 14, 2011, 445 Blegen Hall. 53 attending.

William Moseley, China’s Green Revolution and African Agricultural Development: Dis-Oriented Histories and Misapplied Lessons. University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Talking about Food.” October 14, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 47 attending.

Julia Clancy Smith Muslim Princes and Catholic Sisters: Missionaries as Migrants in Nineteenth-Century North Africa, c. 1830-1881. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. Cosponsored by Immigration History Research Center. October 17, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 11 attending.

Karen Coelho, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Global Cultures. October 17, 2011, 260 Social Sciences. 10 attending.

Matthias Rothe, Fragile Societies: Late Eighteenth Century German and English Discourses on Primitive Sociability. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 20, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 9 attending.

Marcus Filippello, Crossing ‘La Terre Noire’: Refurbishing Roads and Encountering Sacred Space in Post-Colonial Dahomey and Benin. Thursdays at Four/ University Symposium /Quadrant: Environment. October 20, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 27 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. “Philosophical Thoughts and Thoughts on the Interpretation of Nature.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 21, 2011, 1229 Heller Hall. 6 attending.

Collaborative planning meeting. IAS Collaborative: Studio Co-Laboratory. October 24, 2011, 225 Rapson Hall. 10 attending.

Margaret Adamek, Nick Jordan, Mindy Kurzer, Jeffrey Pilcher, Valentine Cadieux, From Agronomy to Gastronomy: Acquiring a Taste for the Tensions of Interdisciplinarity. University Symposium. Cosponsored by MN Food Day. October 24, 2011, Coffman Great Hall, Campus Club. 30 attending.

Liz Sevcenko, A Guantánamo Site of Conscience? Remembering ‘Gitmo’ long before—and long after—9-11. IAS Collaborative: Teaching Heritage. Cosponsored by Guantanamo Public Memory project, History, American Studies. October 25, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 33 attending.

Smiljana Antonijevic, Voices from the Field: Practices, Challenges and Directions in Digital Humanities. IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. October 25, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 18 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. George Canguilhem, Knowledge of Life. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. October 27, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 10 attending.

Lawrence Venuti, Translation, Intertextuality, Interpretation. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by College of Liberal Arts. October 27, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 79 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group.“Burkhardt and Nietzsche” and other essays. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by October 28, 2011, 1229 Heller Hall. 4 attending.

Andrew Newman, From a ‘Moroccan Court’ to the ‘Gardens of Aeolus’: Transforming Nature, Culture, and Space in Immigrant Paris. Quadrant: Global Cultures, Environment. Cosponsored by Geography Coffee Hour. October 28, 2011, 445 Blegen Hall. 51 attending.

Olivia Weisser, Learning How to be Ill in Early Modern England. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by History of Medicine. October 31, 2011, 555 Diehl Hall.

Andrew Newman, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Global Cultures, Environment. October 31, 2011, 260 Social Sciences. 10 attending.

Keith Bresnahan, Secret Passages: Libertinism and the Architecture of Seduction. Thursdays at Four/Quadrant: Design. November 3, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 44 attending.

Keith Bresnahan, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Design. November 4, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 12 attending.

Jack Kloppenburg and Tom Michaels, Meeting and discussion with Faculty Seminar “Talking about Food.” November 4, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 25 attending.

Ross Brann, Andalusi Moorings: Al-Andalus and Sefarad as Tropes of Muslim and Jewish Culture. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. Cosponsored by Center for Jewish Studies. November 7, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 16 attending.

Ed Bok Lee and Maria Damon, Whorled: Poetry and the Global Citizen. IAS Initiative. November 8, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 30 attending.

Adia Benton, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Health. November 8, 2011, 260 Social Sciences. 8 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. “Thoughts on the Interpretation of Nature.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. November 10, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 7 attending.

Peter Kerre, Social Networking and Disaster Recovery. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. November 10, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 26 attending.

Bruce Moran, Scheide-Kunst: Alchemy, Agency, and Magic in the Early Modern Experience of Nature and the Body. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by CHS. November 11, 2011, 131 Tate.

George Oates, Social Seeing: Images Online. IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. November 15, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 47 attending.

Harvey Sarles, Karl Rogers, Jerry Timian, Democracy and Education: Roundtable Discussion. IAS Initiative. November 16, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 23 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. George Canguilhem, Knowledge of Life. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. November 17, 2011, 235 Nolte Center.

Steve Suppan, Financialization, Food Pricing, and Speculation. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Talking about Food.” November 17, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 42 attending.

Reading Group: Aby Warburg. Ernst Gombrich, Aby Warburg: An Intellectual Biography. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. November 18, 2011, 1229 Heller Hall. 6 attending.

Harvey Goldberg, Getting to Know the Maghrib from a Distance: Four Decades of Research among Jews from Libya. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. November 21, 2011, 1210 Heller Hall. 10 attending.

Justin Schell and Tou SaiKo Lee, Screening and discussion of “Travel in Spirals. IAS Initiative. Cosponsored by Immigration History Research Center. November 30, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 28 attending.

Leigh Fondakowski, The Big Spill. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. December 1, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 36 attending.

Site and Incitement Planning discussion. University Symposium. December 1, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 27 attending.

Marcus Filippello, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Environment. December 2, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 8 attending.

Richard Steckel, The Long Shadow of American Slavery: Human Capital, 1850-1910. University Symposium. Cosponsored by Minnesota Population Center. December 6, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 30 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Fleck and Canguilhem. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. December 8, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 9 attending.

Adam Zientek, Wine and Blood: Neuroethics, Violence, and the Manufacturing of Consent in the French Army on the Western Front. Thursdays at Four/Quadrant: Health. December 8, 2011, 125 Nolte Center. 27 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. Ernst Gombrich, Aby Warburg: An Intellectual Biography. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. December 9, 2011, 1229 Heller Hall. 4 attending.

Patricia Lorcin, Violence across Time And Space, from the Mediterranean to Northern Europe: Theory and Practice. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. December 12, 2011, 1210 Heller Hall. 12 attending.

Adam Zientek, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Health. December 12, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 7 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. “D’Alembert’s Dream.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. December 16, 2011, 235 Nolte Center. 7 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. Ernst Gombrich, Aby Warburg: An Intellectual Biography. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. January 20, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 4 attending.

Matthew K. Gold and Douglas Armato, Debates in the Digital Humanties: Book launch. IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. Cosponsored by University of Minnesota Press, English. January 26, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 31 attending.

Sam White, Climate Change, Crisis, and Resilience: Perspectives from History. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Cosponsored by Center for Early Modern History. January 26, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 67 attending.

Michael Sommers and Guerino Mazzola, Driven to be Creative. IAS Initative. Cosponsored by Music, Theatre Arts & Dance. January 27, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 32 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Bachelard, The Formation of the Scientific Mind. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. February 1, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 9 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. Encyclopédie. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. February 2, 2012, 4 attending.

Weiming Lu, Shan Shui, Ren Qing: Re-envisioning Chinese Cities with Eastern Genius Loci. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by Design, Housing, & Apparel. February 2, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 74 attending.

Elizabeth Chilton, Why Does the Past Matter? Towards a Social Science of the Past. IAS Collaborative: Teaching Heritage. Cosponsored by Immigration History Research Center. February 7, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 31 attending.

Luis Castaneda, Subterranean Scenographies: Time Travel through “Miraculous” Mexico. Thursdays at Four/Quadrant: Design. February 9, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 50 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. Didi-Huberman’s “Preface to Confronting Images,” Panofsky’s “Perspective as Symbolic Form.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. February 10, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 3 attending.

Myron Gutmann, David Fox, J.B. Shank, Dominique Tobell, Questions Without Borders: Why Future Research and Teaching Will Be Interdisciplinary. IAS Initiative, jointly organized with History. Cosponsored by College of Liberal Arts, Office of the Provost. February 13, 2012, Coffman Union Theater. 104 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Bachelard, The Formation of the Scientific Mind. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. February 15, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 7 attending.

Jin Xing, Choreographer Jin Xing in Conversation with Ananya Chatterjea and Ben Johnson. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by Concerts & Lectures, Theatre Arts & Dance. February 16, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 78 attending.

Giancarlo Casale, The Technology of Violence at Sea: Galleys, Galleons and Gunpowder from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. February 20, 2012, 1210 Heller Hall. 19 attending.

Ernesto Capello, The Second French Geodesic Mission to Ecuador: A Visual Culture of Triangulation, Territorialization, and Tourism. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by Center for Early Modern History. February 23, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 8 attending.

Loren Terveen, Collective Intelligence: Successes, Challenges, and Opportunities. IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. February 23, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 35 attending.

Jeff Sturchio, Reframing the Access to Medicines Debate: Health as a Global Public Good. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Pharmaceutical Geographies.” Cosponsored by History of Medicine. February 23, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 44 attending.

Site and Incitement Planning Discussion. University Symposium. February 23, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 15 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. Salons.IAS Collaborative: TEMS. February 24, 2012, 113 Folwell Hall. 4 attending.

Daniel Brewer, Dead Time. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. March 1, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 15 attending.

Richard Altenbaugh, Home Sweet Home. Thursdays at Four/Quadrant Health. March 1, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 42 attending.

Gotot Prakosa, Discussion with Indonesian Director Gotot Prakosa. IAS Initiative. Cosponsored by Moving Image Studies, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, Institute for Global Studies, Macalester College Media Studies and Middle Eastern Studies. March 2, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 30 attending.

Richard Altenbaugh, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Health. March 2, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 7 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Rheinberger, Toward the History of the Epistemic Thing: Synthesizing Protein in a Test Tube. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. March 7, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 10 attending.

Charles Sanft, Communication and Cooperation in Early Imperial China. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by Asian Languages and Literatures. March 8, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 44 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. Ernst Bloch, Edgar Wind, and Kulturwissenschaft. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. March 9, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 2 attending.

Shaden Tageldin, Fénelon’s Gods, al-Tahtawi’s Jinn: Trans-Mediterranean Fictionalities. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. March 19, 2012, 1210 Heller Hall. 12 attending.

Pat Nunnally and Mary DeLaittre, Mapping the Mississippi. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. Cosponsored by River Life Program. March 22, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 60 attending.

Karen Hanson and Naomi Scheman, University Seminar: A Conversation with Provost Karen Hanson and Naomi Scheman. IAS Collaborative: University Seminar. March 26, 2012, 230 Science Teaching and Student Services Building. 75 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Rheinberger, Toward the History of the Epistemic Thing: Synthesizing Protein in a Test Tube. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. March 28, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 9 attending.

Randall Mason, Will There be a Heritage Conservation Field in 50 Years? IAS Collaborative: Teaching Heritage. March 28, 2012. 21 attending.

Jaap Blonk, Jaap Blonk Demo-Workshop. IAS Initiative. Cosponsored by English, Theatre Arts & Dance, German, Scandinavian, & Dutch, Imagine Fund. March 28, 2012, 207A Lind Hall. 40 attending.

Mary Lewis, Tunisia in the Imperial Mediterranean at the Turn of the 20th Century. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. Cosponsored by Center for Early Modern History, Center for Medieval Studies. March 29, 2012, 1210 Heller Hall.

Jane Newman, The Other Baroque State: Early Modern Lessons for a Post-Westphalian Age. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by German, Scandinavian, & Dutch. March 29, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 14 attending.

Jane Newman, Luncheon with graduate students. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by German, Scandinavian, & Dutch. March 29, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 8 attending.

Patricia Ybarra, La Casa Rosa: Fighting for a Future in a Free Trade World. IAS Initiative, Theatre Arts & Dance. March 29, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 35 attending.

Winona LaDuke, David Harrison, Luisa Maffi, Mary Hermes, Biocultural Diversity, Language, and Environmental Endangerment. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. March 29, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 103 attending.

Bernard Bachrach, Yaron Klein, Stacy N. Beckwith, Jimmy Schryver, Brett Wilson, Maureen Jackson, Theresa Vann, Victoria Morse, Karin Vélez, Mediterranean Exchanges Workshop. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. Cosponsored by Center for Early Modern History, Center for Medieval Studies. March 29-30, 2012, 1210 Heller Hall. 35 attending.

Jane Newman, Auerbach’s Dante: Poetical Theology and the Question of World Literature. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. Cosponsored by German, Scandinavian, & Dutch. March 30, 2012, 125 Nolte Center.

Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Pharmaceutical Crises: Terrains and Logics of Global Therapeutic Politics. University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Pharmaceutical Geographies.” Cosponsored by History of Medicine, Anthropology. April 2, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 25 attending.

Luis Castaneda, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Design. April 4, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 8 attending.

Consortium Carissimi & Kelly Harness, The Magdalene Project: The Ecstasy in Music. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by Music. April 5, 2012, 140 Nolte Center. 50 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. “Salon of 1767,” “Conversations on The Natural Son,” and “Letters with Mme. Iccoboni.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. April 6, 2012, 113 Folwell Hall. 5 attending.

Nabil Matar, The Mediterranean through Arab Eyes: the Early Modern Period. IAS Collaborative: Mediterranean Identities. April 9, 2012, 1210 Heller Hall.

Andrew Herscher, Non-governmental Memory: The Socialist Monument in Post-(Socialist) Yugoslavia. Quadrant: Design, Global Cultures. April 10, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 25 attending.

Reading Group: Theories of Knowledge Production. Rheinberger, Toward the History of the Epistemic Thing: Synthesizing Protein in a Test Tube. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. April 11, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 4 attending.

Andrew Herscher, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Design, Global Cultures. April 11, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 8 attending.

Melissa Hyde, Notes on a Scandal: The Critical Fortunes and Misfortunes of Wertmuller’s Portrait of Marie-Antoinette and Her Children (1785). IAS Collaborative: TEMS. April 12, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 6 attending.

Melissa Hyde, Luncheon with graduate students. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. April 12, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 6 attending.

Brenda Child with Brian Horrigan, Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival of Community. Thursdays at Four. Cosponsored by American Indian Studies. April 12, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 52 attending.

Melissa Hyde, Wedded to her Profession? Marie-Suzanne Roslin as Artist and Artist’s Wife. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. April 13, 2012, 240 Blegen Hall. 23 attending.

Premesh Lalu, “Discussion with Premesh Lalu.” IAS Collaborative: University Seminar. April 16, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 6 attending.

Michelle Dammon Loyalka, Eating Bitterness: Stories from the Front Lines of China’s Great Urban Migration. University Symposium. Cosponsored by US-China Peoples Friendship Association-MN; Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies; Asian Languages & Literature. April 16, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 24 attending.

Cori Hayden, The Abundance of the Copy: Generic Medicines and the Politics of Equivalence. University Symposium. Organized by Faculty Seminar “Pharmaceutical Geographies.” Cosponsored by History of Medicine, Anthropology. April 16, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 27 attending.

Dan Cohen, The Future of History. Thursdays at Four/IAS Collaborative: DH2.0. Cosponsored by Immigration History Research Center, English, Writing Studies, History, University Libraries. April 19, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 92 attending.

Jonathan Campbell, What Yaogun (Chinese Rock) Can Teach Rock & Roll. IAS Initiative/Asian Languages & Literatures. Cosponsored by Institute for Global Studies, Asian Languages & Literatures Mather Fund, Macalester College, Hamline University. April 20, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 30 attending.

Jim Glassman, Globalization and the Mismeasurement of Poverty. Quadrant: Global Cultures. Cosponsored by Geography Coffee Hour. April 20, 2012, 445 Blegen. 53 attending.

Jim Glassman, Manuscript workshop. Quadrant: Global Cultures. April 23, 2012, 260 Social Sciences. 18 attending.

Evan Roberts, Embodying Abundance and Scarcity in Minnesota, 1830-1930. University Symposium. Cosponsored by Minnesota Population Center, History. April 25, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 15 attending.

Karen Ho and Hannah Appel, Occupy Wall Street. Thursdays at Four/University Symposium. April 26, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 71 attending.

Brian Horrigan, Charles Lindbergh’s The Spirit of St. Louis: Masculinity, Memory, and Spirituality in Postwar America. Thursdays at Four. May 3, 2012, 125 Nolte Center. 56 attending.

Nicole Conti, Tracy Rutler, Anne Wallen, 9th Annual Graduate Student Roundtable. IAS Collaborative: TEMS. May 10, 2012, 235 Nolte Center. 12 attending.

Reading Group: Denis Diderot. ‘Rameau’s Nephew.” IAS Collaborative: TEMS. May 11, 2012, 113 Folwell Hall. 5 attending.

Aby Warburg Reading Group. “Warburg, Benjamin, and Historicism.” IAS Collaborative TEMS. May 18, 2012, 1229 Heller Hall. 4 attending.