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APR 25, 2014
Tyler T. Schmidt (Lehman College)
Finding Frank: Black Queer Expression and the Midwestern Archive
Talk three of New Approaches to African American Literature series.
Aliyyah Abdur-Rahman (Brandeis University, Against the Closet: Black Political Longing and the Erotics of Race
Part of the Mentoring Future Faculty of Color series. Read more
MAY 2, 2014
Annual Victorian Conference: Bad Victorians
All Day, Segal Theater Read more
Varieties of the Enlightenment Experience
With the emergence of postmodern theory and revisionist historiography, the unitary and progressivist understanding of the Enlightenment has become an object of critical inquiry. Read more
MAY 9, 2014
Final Forum: Open Executive Committee Meeting, Poetry & Revels Read more