Selection as Speaker Series presenter
The Humanities Center invites proposals for the spring 2015 faculty lecture. The lecture is a 45-minute talk aimed at sharing your research with the general public, students, and colleagues across campus. All humanities faculty are eligible to apply. The chosen speaker will be awarded a $300 honorarium.
To apply, please submit a proposed lecture title along with a 250-400 word abstract. In your abstract please address how your talk might intersect with the 2013-2015 theme of "Authenticity" and indicate how your research resonates across disciplines. Abstracts are due no later than March 17. Previous applicants are encouraged to reapply.
Previous Faculty Lectures:
2011: Charles Foy, History, Freedom/Unfreedom in the Black Atlantic
2012: Julie Campbell, English, Writing Renaissance Emblems: Hearts on Fire in the First Part of the Countess of Montgomery's Urania
2013: Jason Waller, Philosophy, The Existence of God: The Simple Argument That Changed the Mind of a Long-Time Atheist
2014: Daiva Markelis, English, White Field, Black Sheep: A Lithuanian-American Life