The University of Iowa

Spring Lecture Series 2015

“Indulgenced Spectatorship and the Monetization of Piety in Pre-Reformation Germany” 
Presented by: Glenn Ehrstine, professor of German (University of Iowa)
Friday, March 27 12:30 pm
Location: 315 Phillips Hall
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robinson crusoe

"Narrating the Postwar with Robinson Crusoe"
Presented by: Sheryl Kroen, associate professor of history (University of Florida)
Wednesday, April 1, 20:30 pm
Location: 1117 (IP Commons), University Capitol Centre 
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“Monumental Struggles for Decolonization: Colonial Statues, Iconoclasm, and Preservation during the Algerian War”
Presented by: Jennifer Sessions, associate professor of history (University of Iowa)
Friday, April 24, 12:30 pm
Location: 2520B, University Capitol Centre
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“Critical Regionalism and Historical Reason in Spanish Documentary"
Presented by: Cristina Moreiras-Menor, professor of women's studies and romance languages and literatures (University of Michigan)
Monday, April 27, 12:30 pm
Location: 315 Phillips Hall
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"History Forclosed in the ‘Postmemorial’ Fiction of the Algerian War in France: the massacre of 17 October, 1961 in Paris"
Presented by: Michel Laronde, professor of French (University of Iowa)
Friday, May 1, 12:30 pm
Location: 315 Phillips Hall
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The Case of VIctor Hugo

Fall Lecture Series 2015

"Europe as a Literary Concept: The case of Victor Hugo"
Presented by: Edward Ousselin, professor of French (Western Washington University)
Friday, October 16 3:30 p.m.
Location: 2520D UCC
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