Spring 2022 Center for Humanities Research (CHR) Residential Fellow Talks Announced

Mark your calendars!

CHR's spring 2022 Residential Fellows will be giving hour-long lunchtime talks.

All talks run from 12-1 pm EST on the given dates and are hybrid, meeting in person in Horizon Hall 6325 or on Zoom

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profThursday, March 3

Associate Professor Samaine Lockwood, “Tituba of Salem Village; or, Ann Petry Rewrites US History”




profTuesday, March 22

Associate Professor Matt Scherer, "Bread, Freedom, and. . . Egyptian Uprisings Ten Years On"



studentThursday, March 31

PhD Candidate Dave Zeglen, "The Utopianism of ‘Primitive’ Communism”




profThursday, April 14

Assistant Professor Jacqueline Burek, "Remembering the Past in Medieval Britain"



profThursday, April 21

Assistant Professor Emily Brennan-Moran, "Performing Memory Beyond Monumentality"



studentTuesday, April 26

PhD Candidate Greta Swain, "Potomac Bound: A Spatial and Network Analysis of the PeopleEnslaved by George Mason"



profTuesday, May 3

Associate Professor Yevette Richards, "The 1928 Christmas Day Lynchings in Eros, Louisiana: Family Networks in the Making of Violence"