A Translation Seminar with J. Kates
A Translation Seminar with Betsy Rosenberg
A Translation Seminar with Bill Johnston and Tomasz Różycki
A Translation Seminar with Katherine Silver
A Translation Seminar with Karen Emmerich
A Translation Seminar with Johannes Göransson
A Translation Seminar with Dr. Samuel N. Rosenberg
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Zhanna Chernova
A Translation Seminar with Elizabeth Harris
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Nancy A. Welsh
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Nancy A. Welsh
A Translation Seminar with Sandra Smith
Summer Repository Research Fellow Lecture with Dr. Phillip Novack-Gottshall
Summer Repository Research Fellow Lecture with Dr. Michael Gonella
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Dr. Michael Sauder
Summer Repository Research Fellow Lecture with Deborah Cohen and Lessie Jo Frazier
Summer Repository Research Fellow Lecture with Michelle Ann Abate
A Branigin Lecture with Cynthia Enloe
A Translation Seminar with Sibelan Forrester
Department of French and Italian Student Faculty Forum Series with Eileen Julien and Oana Panaïté
A Translation Seminar with Geoffrey Brock
A Visiting Fellow Lecture
A Branigin Lecture with Dr. Janie Cole
A 2016-17 Remak Seminar on Dignity, Equality, and Social Justice program with Joshua Block, J.D., Jody Herman, Ph.D, and moderated by Steve Sanders
A Translation Seminar with Dr. Jessica Cohen
2016–17 Henry H.H. Remak Seminar on Dignity, Equality, and Social Justice with George P. Smith
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Maurizio Ferraris
A Visiting Fellow Lecture with Dr. Jean-Fancois Cottier
2017 Henry H.H. Remak Distinguished Scholar Lecture with Steve Sanders
A Translation Seminar with Neil Blackadder
OVPFAA Associate Vice Provost Kimberly Geeslin (Spanish and Portuguese) will lead a panel discussion with Suzanne Eckes (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), Debby Herbenick (Applied Health Science), and Chen-Yu Liu (Physics) about effective ways to claim credit, particularly in co-authorship situations, and to demonstrate the impact of your work.
In this seminar, poet and translator Pedro Serrano will explore the tension between making atranslated poem sing in the receiving culture and keeping to its highly contextualized meaning inthe source. This tension is exacerbated when the poem in question is highly personal and when itaffects the poet-translator as an intimate expression of an individual experience.
The “Guatemalan Music Manuscripts” preserved at the Lilly Library represent fi fteenmanuscript sources copied in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century in the Westernhighlands of Guatemala. They mostly contain sacred polyphonic music and chant, intendedto be sung during the Offi ce in the churches of these localities. We observe these texts crossculturally,as witnesses of the encounter of cultures that characterized the fi rst decades of theSpanish conquest. We propose that the two main scribes were likely indigenous musiciansand will show how the manuscripts refl ect a mestizo character, through decorative style andin the music itself. Some pieces are in native languages and in the margins appear sometraces of what could constitute a unique attempt at writing down native musical practices.
This presentation will detail Dr. Baker’s work-in-progress in the IU University Archives with various collections that reveal how IU administrators and coaches did or did not confront the civil rights challenges that arose in Hoosier athletics from the 1920s through the 1980s. This history is brought into conversation with broader trends seen throughout the Big Ten Conference.
Summer Repository Research Fellowship presentation by Elyor Karimov and Marianne Kamp.
IAS Visiting Fellow Mary Stylidi will present on "Human Devastation Syndrome" as a means of describing the trauma experienced by children of the Syrian War
Promotion workshop on the criteria for promotion.
Dr. Takyiwaa Manuh, Emerita Professor of African Studies at the University of Ghana, will present a talk titled "Empowerment... a journey and not a destination: Reflections from the Pathways of Women’s RPC.” The presentation will be a retrospective on the Pathways of Women’s Empowerment RPC (Research Project Consortium).
Branigin Lecture by award-winning civil rights journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones
Promotion workshop on finding guidance along the associate professor career trajectory
The scope of the workshop is intended to cover the broad range of support and resources available for the diverse types of research and creative activity that associate professors will produce on the path to promotion.
First promotion workshop of the Spring 2019 semester: Making Meaningful Service Contributions: Planning and Documenting Impact
Promotion workshop, "Contributions in Teaching and Mentoring: Leadership, Innovation, and Impact"
Blessed Virgins, Pokémon Characters, and Psychics: Translating Allusions in Jacek Dehnel’s Booklength Poem Chopin’s Heart
Promotion workshop "Planning a Path to Promotion: Establishing Impact through Research and Creative Activity"
Spring 2019 Branigin Lecture with Dr. Stuart Firestein of Columbia University, "Failures and Ignorance in Science"