On Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at Bird in Hand Bookstore, author Nicola Lagioia and editor Michael Reynolds will host a book discussion of Ferocity. The event is sponsored by Italian@Hopkins and the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute.
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Join CAMS for “Representations of Masculinities in the American Makeover Culture,” a talk by Susana Rocha Teixeira, 3-5 p.m. on Sept. 28 in Gilman 479.
On April 24-25, CAMS and the Office of Study Abroad are hosting Cuban film critic Gustavo Arcos, who will lead discussions in response to screenings of the contemporary Cuban films, "El Techo" and "Conducta."
CAMS is hosting cultural theorist and photographer Joanna Zylinska of Goldsmiths, University of London to present her book(let) "The End of Man, A Tragicomedy," which offers an ironic take on one of the dominant apocalyptic narratives of our times. The event will be held at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 27 in Gilman 479.
CAMS Fellow Victor Kumar will be presenting his work on “Impressions of Acupuncture: The Needle as Transitional Object” from 4:30-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 20 in Gilman 132.
Documenting the Spirit is a panel put on by CAMS and the Baltimore Museum of Art at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 1. This panel, moderated by Dr. Bernadette Wegenstein, brings together practitioners, scholars, and observers of various religious and shamanistic traditions.
At 5:15 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, David Forgacs, New York University, will present Histories of Violence: Killing, communication, and Memory in United Italy. The event will be held in Gilman 130G and is sponsored by Italian@Hopkins, Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures.
Dr. Katharina Wiedlack will be a visiting scholar at JHU Spring 2017. She is currently a Hertha Firnberg post-doc Research Fellow at the Department for English and American Studies, University of Vienna. She has a diploma in German Literature and Gender Studies and a doctoral degree in English and American Studies from the University of […]
Susana Rocha Teixeira is a doctoral candidate and lecturer at the English Department and member of the Heidelberg Graduate School at Heidelberg University. Her interests lie in twentieth- and twenty-first-century North American literature, movies and TV-series, and the American makeover culture. She will be a visiting scholar in the Spring 2017.
Join us Thursday, Sept. 22 for, “Do Humans Cause Climate Change? The Earth’s Perspective,” a lecture given by Peter K. Haff, Duke University. The event will be held from 5:15-7:15 p.m. in Hodson 210. Sponsored by the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute. Co-organized by CAMS.