CIQR Presentation Archives 2009-2010
Agendas, Minutes and Notices
Academic Year 2009-2010
September 17, 2009--Monthly Speaker: Professor Fred Evans, Dept. of Philosophy, Duquesne University: "Citizenship and Public Art: Chicago's Millennium Park"
October 15, 2009--Monthly Speaker: Dr. Elaine Frantz Parsons, Dept. of History, Duquesne University: "'I Was Glad that I Had, and Had Not Seen the Terrible Klan': Klan Skepticism in Reconstruction-Era Culture"
November 11, 2009--External Speaker: Dr. Juan Carlos Grijalva, Dept. of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Assumption College: "The Feminine Life of Masculine Power: Patriarchal Domination and Feminine Struggle in 19th Century Ecuadorian Culture"
November 16, 2009--External Speaker: Philip Terman (Professor of Literature at Clarion University), Richard St. John (Executive Director of Autumn House Press), and Egemen Ogretim (a post-doctoral fellow in environmental engineering at West Virginia University): "Jewish, Christian & Muslim Perspectives: A Conversation through Poetry and Story"
January 14, 2010--Special Event: CIQR Pro-Seminar Graduate Student Projects:
- William Davies
- Lina Dostilio
- Taine Duncan
- Amanda Ford
- Joseph Hamer,
- Amy Taylor
March 11, 2010--Monthly Speaker: Dr. Daniel Selcer (Department of Philosophy, Duquesne University) and Theresa Smith (Harvard University Library): "Manuscript, Photograph, Facsimile: Copernicus' Revolutions"
April 14 and 15, 2010--External Speaker: Greg M. Nielsen, Professor of Sociology at Concordia University and Director of the Concordia Center for Broadcasting Studies: "Critical Theory and Sociology of Journalism: Mediating Citizenship in the New York Times" (Public Talk), and "Demos, Pathos, Ethos: Framing Poverty and Immigration in the Montreal and New York Press" (Symposium)