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Axton Reading Series - Elissa Schappell

The Anne & William Axton Reading Series

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Meet the Prof: Jongwoo Kim, The Nicholsons in Bloomsbury

When in 1906 her family left their old home in Pilgrim’s Lane in Hampstead to move to Mecklenburgh Square, Mabel Nicholson was “not enthusiastic about the address; she had aspirations to Chelsea, which was then the ‘fashionable’ artistic quarter, and was presently to be annoyed with Orpen for labeling his portrait [of her family] ‘Bloomsbury Family.’” The Nicholsons were not, in fact, a “Bloomsbury family,” neither were they the consummate Victorian “paterfamilias” sort. Jongwoo Kim, Professor of Art History, examines this paradox of Edwardian domesticity and explores the nuanced images of a man, a woman, and their children who lived in London in the early 20th century.

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How North Korea's English-Language News Talk about Nuclear Issues

Timothy Rich, Assistant Professor in Political Science, Western Kentucky University

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Axton Reading Series - Austin Bunn

The Anne & William Axton Reading Series

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Annual Bullitt Lecture 2014

Using Mathematics to Understand Territories

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Kwame Anthony Appiah, 2014 Phi Beta Kappa Lecturer

"Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers"

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41st Dr. Joseph H. McMillan National Conference on the Black Family in America

PROJECT PROGRESS: 50 Years of Progress and Struggle: Where Do We Go From Here?

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Meet the Prof: Suzette Henke, Virginia Woolf Among the Lunatics

Why have modern scholars so persistently analyzed Virginia Woolf’s mental distress as virtually unique – the affliction of a genius set apart from other men and women of the Victorian and Edwardian Age? Suzette Henke, Professor of English and Thruston Morton Chair of Literary Studies, will examine case histories and consider analogies between Woolf’s reported symptoms and those observed in patients admitted to institutional confinements at the turn of the last century.

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Central Asia, Education Change, and Democracy

Aigerim Shilibekova, Visiting Scholar, Davis Center for Russian & Eurasian Studies, Harvard University

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Annual Minx Auerbach Lecture in Women's & Gender Studies

Urvashi Vaid "Winning the Future: A Critical Look at the LGBT Movement"

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Faculty Research Forum: Jongwoo Jeremy Kim

hosted by the Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society

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2014 International Film Series

The Eighth Annual International Film Series presented by The Institute for Intercultural Communication.

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Red Barn Gamewatch: Uofl vs. Cincinnati

Sponsored by A&S Ambassadors and Red Barn Alumni Association

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