Colloquium Series

Drake Faculty undertaking reseach in the Humanities offer insights into their current work as the basis for discussion during occasional Friday-afternoon talks. For more information, please contact Dr. Timothy Knepper, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion.

2013-2014 Colloquium Series

All events take place Friday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the Medbury Honors Lounge (lower level, west, Medbury Hall) unless otherwise noted.

  • 9/20 Allen Scult, Professor Emeritus, Department of Philosophy and Rhetoric
    Martin Heidegger and the Hermeneutics of Torah: A Strange Affinity
  • 10/25 Ramesh Dhussa, Associate Professor of Geography
    Western Himalayas: Changing Cultural Landscapes
  • 11/15 Amahia Mallea, Assistant Professor of History
    Public Health in the Borderlands: The Case of Nogales
  • 2/21 Nancy Berns, Professor of Sociology
    Living with Grief and Joy: What We Think Matters
  • 3/28 Craig Owens, Associate Professor of English, Director, Center for the Humanities
    Taylorworld
  • 4/18 Sofia Paredes, Assistant Professor of Spanish
    The Integration of Language and Content in the Spanish classroom: Exploring Immigration Narratives and Multilingual Communities