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Fall 2008

Friday, September 26:
Joint Columbia/Graduate Center Atlantic Studies Faculty/Graduate Student Discussions
Reading Slave Archives in Africa and the Caribbean

Friday, October 17:
Nessa Cronin (National University of Ireland at Galway) “Old Landscapes, New Geographies: Decoding the European Colonial Map.”

 

Thursday, November 20:
Professor Luise von Flotow, University of Toronto: 
"Translation Studies: the Challenges of Broad Interdisciplinarity

Friday, November 21:
French Graduate Student Conference 
"Policing Sexuality: Exploitation, Resistance, and Censorship in French and Francophone Culture"

 

Event Descriptions

Friday, September 26 at 4-6pm 
Reading Slave Archives in Africa and the Caribbean 
Speakers: MAMADOU DIOUF, Director, Institute for African Affairs, Columbia University; JEAN HÉBRARD, École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales; LAIRD BERGAD, Program in History, The Graduate Center of CUNY.

History Lounge, 5th Floor.


Friday October 17th at 3-5pm


Nessa Cronin (National University of Ireland at Galway) “Old Landscapes, New Geographies: Decoding the European Colonial Map.” 

Sponsored by the PhD Program in French and The Renaissance Studies Certificate Program 

Thursday, November 20th at 6:00pm

Professor Luise von Flotow, University of Toronto:

"Translation Studies: the Challenges of Broad Interdisciplinarity"


Room C204

Friday November 21- all day event

French Graduate Student Conference 
"Policing Sexuality: Exploitation, Resistance, and Censorship in French and Francophone Culture" 
Keynote Speaker: Jarrod Hayes (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

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Martin Segal Theatre