Posts Tagged: lecture

Friday, November 9: Discussion with Professor Zara Anishanslin

CUNY EARS (Early American Republic Seminar) cordially invites our colleagues to a seminar meeting on Friday, November 9th, with Dr. Zara Anishanslin of the College of Staten Island.  Professor Anishanslin will be presenting “‘Language is Too Feeble:’ Making, Domesticating, and

Friday, November 9: Discussion with Professor Zara Anishanslin

CUNY EARS (Early American Republic Seminar) cordially invites our colleagues to a seminar meeting on Friday, November 9th, with Dr. Zara Anishanslin of the College of Staten Island.  Professor Anishanslin will be presenting “‘Language is Too Feeble:’ Making, Domesticating, and

November 14th: Brazil Municipal Elections 2012

David Fleischer Professor Emeritus, University of Brasilia, Brazil Moderator Kenneth Erickson Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY Date: Wednesday, November 14, 4:00 PM Location: The Graduate Center, Skylight Room 365 Fifth Avenue (@34th Street) In this presentation Dr. Fleischer discusses results

November 14th: Brazil Municipal Elections 2012

David Fleischer Professor Emeritus, University of Brasilia, Brazil Moderator Kenneth Erickson Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY Date: Wednesday, November 14, 4:00 PM Location: The Graduate Center, Skylight Room 365 Fifth Avenue (@34th Street) In this presentation Dr. Fleischer discusses results

November 9th: Caroline Walker Bynum lecture on “The Anthropomorphic and the Other: Medieval Holy Objects in Comparative Perspective”

Please join us for a lecture by Caroline Walker Bynum on Friday, November 9, 2012 at 4:00 pm in the Segel Theater of the Graduate Center, CUNY.* Dr. Bynum is Professor emerita of Medieval European History at the Institute for Advanced Study, and

November 9th: Caroline Walker Bynum lecture on “The Anthropomorphic and the Other: Medieval Holy Objects in Comparative Perspective”

Please join us for a lecture by Caroline Walker Bynum on Friday, November 9, 2012 at 4:00 pm in the Segel Theater of the Graduate Center, CUNY.* Dr. Bynum is Professor emerita of Medieval European History at the Institute for Advanced Study, and

Invitation to Rainer Forst (Nov. 8) and Abdullahi An-Na’im (Nov. 15) talks at the Mellon Sawyer Seminar

We cordially invite you to the next two events in the  2012-13 Mellon Sawyer Seminar at The Graduate Center, CUNY, “Democratic Citizenship and the Recognition of Cultural Differences.” Both events are co-sponsored with the Center for Global Ethics and Politics. This Thursday, November

Invitation to Rainer Forst (Nov. 8) and Abdullahi An-Na’im (Nov. 15) talks at the Mellon Sawyer Seminar

We cordially invite you to the next two events in the  2012-13 Mellon Sawyer Seminar at The Graduate Center, CUNY, “Democratic Citizenship and the Recognition of Cultural Differences.” Both events are co-sponsored with the Center for Global Ethics and Politics. This Thursday, November