All events will take place at SBS (Social and Behavioral Sciences Building) N-318
The Author as Bureaucrat: Debates around the Diplomatic Works of Octavio Paz and the Latin American Traveler-Writers
3/4 (W) 12:50 PM
JUAN PABLO ARTINIAN
Politics of Visual Representation in Argentina; State Power and Popular Creativity: Antonio Berni and Ricardo Carpani (1950-1963)
3/25 (W) 1:00pm
Understanding the Politics of Counterterrorism – A Comparative Analysis
4/16 (Th) 2:20pm
TOM BALCERSKI & STEPHEN SANFILIPPO
“The Little Spark of Manhood I Have Left:” Ballads, Petitions, and the “Aged, Decrepit, and Worn-out Seamen” of Sailors’ Snug Harbor
4/22 (W) 1:00pm
Olympic Village or Prison Town?: Building the Federal Prison at Ray Brook, New York, 1975-1990
4/29 (W) 1:00pm
Technocratic Modernity: Planning, Empire, and the State in Wartime Japan
5/6 (W) 1:00pm
Time and location are subject to change.
Flyers including abstracts and more detailed info will be handed out one week prior to each meeting. Please feel free to print, copy, or distribute any of these.
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