Faculty Fellows Lectures 2011-2012
Sheila McNamee, Professor of Communication
“Beyond Resolution: Conflict and Possibility through Difference”
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Memorial Union Building - 203
Sheila McNamee, Professor of Communication, will discuss how to use alternative available voices to resolve conflict.
Dennis Britton, Assistant Professor of English
"Becoming Christians: Converting Infidels in Early Modern English Literature."
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Memorial Union - Room 302
Dennis Britton, Assistant Professor of English, speaks about sixteenth and seventeenth century literature and its preoccupations with race, romance, and religious conversion.
Sarah Stitzlein,Assistant Professor of Education
“Tea Parties for Students! Students and the Right to Dissent”
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Memorial Union - Room 237
In her lecture Sarah Stitzlein, Assistant Professor of Education, investigates the philosophical foundation of dissent and explores how students can learn and practice the art of political dissent in school.
Professor of Political Science and Coordinator of Women’s Studies
“Jamaica Kincaid and Diaspora Theorizing”
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Memorial Union Building - 237
Marla Brettschneider, Professor of Political Science and Coordinator of Women’s Studies,
will speak on the legacy of Jewish feminist thinking as seen in the work and life of Jamaica Kincaid.
Charlotte Witt, Professor of Philosophy
“Family Relations: What Kind of Relations Structure Families?”
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 (NEW DATE)
Memorial Union - Room 203
Charlotte Witt, Professor of Philosophy, will explore the common view of the family, how it strengthens philosophical theories, and its relationship to political theory.