• A. Aloisia Moser

    04/16/2013, 10:00 am, 340 Moffitt, BCNM Commons (next door to Free Speech Cafe)

    A. Aloisia Moser (Visiting Scholar, Rhetoric)"Think Acts: What Kant Could Have Learned From Austin"It occurred to Kant that while he described the elements of the mind and the ways in …    read more

  • David Selby

    04/02/2013, 10:00 am, 340 Moffitt, BCNM Commons (next door to Free Speech Cafe)

    David Selby (Visiting Scholar, Rhetoric)"Towards a Republican Political Theology: Alexis de Tocqueville as Critic of Carl Schmitt"This paper puts the early works of Carl Schmitt in the …    read more

  • Raymond Kania

    03/19/2013, 10:00 am, 370 Dwinelle

    Raymond Kania, PhD (University of Chicago, Classics), Lecturer, Rhetoric and Classics"Ecphrasis and the Incomplete in the Virgilian Corpus"

  • Lisa Gitelman (NYU)

    03/14/2013, 10:00 am, Dwinelle 370

    "Amateurdom” and “fandom” were realms of amateur cultural production, the former self-articulated around 1870 and the latter around 1930. Could these “-doms” …    read more

  • Andrew Herscher (Michigan)

    02/14/2013, 9:00 am, Dwinelle 142

    Andrew Herscher is an Associate Professor in the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. He is the author of Violence Taking Place: The Architecture of …    read more

  • Winnie Wong

    01/31/2013, 9:00 am, 142 Dwinelle Hall

    Winnie Wong is a Junior Fellow at the Society of Fellows, Harvard University. She is the author of After the Copy: China and the Readymade (forthcoming from University of Chicago Press Fall 2013). …    read more

  • Orit Halpern

    01/17/2013, 9:00 am, Dwinelle 188

    Perceptual Machines: The Architecture of Interactivity in Cybernetics, Cognitive Science, and Design, 1945-1965Orit Halpern is Assistant Professor of History at the New School for Social Research …    read more

  • Amy Hollywood

    12/10/2012, 7:00 am, 370 Dwinelle Hall

    Please join the Department of Rhetoric forApophasis and Ecstasy, At the Limits of Gendera lecture byAmy HollywoodElizabeth H. Monrad Professor of Christian Studies, Harvard Divinity SchoolMonday, …    read more