Fellows Symposium 2022

Monday, September 19, 2022
4:00pm (online) 

Tune in via Zoom to this online symposium, featuring research by Faculty Fellows and Dissertation Fellows from the 2021-2022 academic year!

Faculty and graduate students who are considering to apply forfellowships at the Center (particularly for the first time) are especially encouraged to attend, because we will leave time to discuss and answer questions about the experience of the fellowship and the application process.  

Register here.


Fellows Symposium 2021

 Friday, September 17th, 2021
Via Zoom

Attend as many of the sessions as your schedule allows.
Please register HERE.

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Fellows Symposium 2020

 Friday, October 23rd, 2020
Via Zoom

Attend as many of the sessions as your schedule allows.
Please register HERE by Monday, October 19, 2020.

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Fellows Symposium 2019

 Friday, October 25th, 2019
Richter Library: Flexible Learning Space

Attend as many of the sessions as your schedule allows.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Registration has been extended to Monday, October 23rd.  Register here.   

Fellows Symposium 2018


Friday, October 26th, 2018
Nursing School, Executive Board Room
For UM Humanities Faculty & Grad Students

Session 1 : 9:00am - 10:00am
• "'You have set yourself to Music:” Writing voice in The Picture of Dorian Gray," Sarah Cash (English)
• "Prevailing Trifles: Theresa Cornwallis West, Young Ireland, and the Irish Famine, 1846," Catherine Judd (English)

Session 2 : 10:15am - 11:15am
• "Usurpers, Encroachers, Malefactors and Thieves: Narratives of Violence in Twelfth-Century Local Monastic Chronicles," Stephanie Skenyon (History)
• "The Hermeneutics of Disaster," Lindsay Thomas (English)

Session 3 : 11:30am - 12:30pm
• "Film Music and Embodied Cognition," Juan Chattah (Musicology)
• "A Dictator's Image: François Duvalier and Expo '67," Hadassah St Hubert (History)

Lunch : 12:30 - 1:30pm

Session 4 : 1:30pm - 3:00pm
• "Colonial Indigeneities across the Global South," Tracy Devine Gúzman (MLL)
• "Philosophy and Autobiography: A Certain Gesture: Evnine’s Batman Meme Project and Its Parerga!," Simon Evnine (Philosophy)
• "Contemporary Nigerian Queer Poetics: Romeo Oriogun," Brenna Munro (English)