Rhetoric Spring Colloquium

The Rhetoric Department is pleased to present three talks this semester, given by affiliated scholars:

Tuesday, March 19, 5 pm.

Raymond Kania, PhD (Univ. of Chicago, Classics), Lecturer in Rhetoric and Classics

"Ecphrasis and the Incomplete in the Virgilian Corpus"

Dwinelle 370

Tuesday, April 2, 5 pm

David Selby, PhD (UCSD, Political Theory), Visiting Scholar in Rhetoric

"Towards a Republican Political Theology: Alexis de Tocqueville as Critic of Carl Schmitt."

340 Moffitt (BCNM Commons, next door to Free Speech Cafe)

Tuesday, April 16, 5 pm

Aloisia Moser, PhD (New School, Philosophy), Visiting Scholar in Rhetoric

"Think Acts: What Kant could have learned from Austin"

340 Moffitt (BCNM Commons, next door to Free Speech Cafe)