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  • 2015/2016 Executive Committee | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Who Speaks for the Negro Digital Archive Audio and Video Mailing List Contact Us Home 2015 2016 Executive Committee 2015 2016 Executive Committee Edward H Friedman Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish Professor of Comparative Literature and European Studies Director Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Laura Carpenter Associate Professor of Sociology James Hudnut Beumler Anne Potter Wilson Distinguished Professor of American Religious History Professor of History Jane Landers Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History Thomas Schwartz Professor of History Mark Schoenfield Professor of English Tracy Sharpley Whiting Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of African American Studies and French Director African American and Diaspora Studies Jeffrey Tlumak Associate Professor of Philosophy Mona C Frederick ex officio Executive Director Warren Center Lauren Benton ex officio Nelson O Tyrone Jr Professor of History Professor of Law Dean College of Arts and Science Back Home GO Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African Sahel A Biographyâ 03 16 2016 4 10 p m Brian Larkin Talk 03 21

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  • Speaking for the Humanities | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    s Department of Sociology and was produced by Mona Frederick Executive Director of the Warren Center The 25th anniversary event also included four interdisciplinary panel sessions Panelists all of whom are former William S Vaughn Visiting Fellows at the Warren Center each spoke for ten minutes regarding the way humanistic discourse has changed over the past 25 years in the area of the panel s theme Panel I Gender Sexuality and Race Moderator Charles E Scott Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Emeritus Director of the Warren Center 1987 1993 Jean Feerick English John Carroll University Warren Center Fellow 2005 2006 Gilbert Herdt Sexuality Studies San Francisco State University Warren Center Fellow 1997 1998 Richard King History University of Nottingham Warren Center Fellow 2001 2002 Benita Roth Sociology Binghamton University Warren Center Fellow 2004 2005 Panel II Theory and Culture Moderator Edward H Friedman Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish and Professor of Comparative Literature Director of the Warren Center 2008 present Susan Hegeman English University of Florida Warren Center Fellow 1996 1997 Anne Morey English Texas A M University Warren Center Fellow 2010 2011 Arkady Plotnitsky English Purdue University Warren Center Fellow 1994 1995 Maurice Stevens Ohio State University Comparative Studies Warren Center Fellow 2008 2009 Panel III Media and Technology Moderator Helmut W Smith Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History and Professor of European Studies Director of the Warren Center 2005 2008 Cara Finnegan Communication Studies University of Illinois Warren Center Fellow 2006 2007 Richard Grusin English University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Warren Center Fellow 1999 2000 Steve Rachman English Michigan State University Warren Center Fellow 2003 2004 Panel IV Globalization and Diaspora Moderator Paul Freedman Chester D Tripp Professor of History Yale University Director of the Warren Center 1993 1997 Deborah Cohn Spanish Indiana University Warren Center Fellow 2000 2001

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  • Links | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Faculty Fellowships Graduate Student Fellowships Theme Nominations Fellows Faculty Fellows Graduate Fellows Previous Faculty Fellows Previous Graduate Fellows Queen s University Belfast HASTAC News and Media Newsletter Warren Center in the News Who Speaks for the Negro Digital Archive Audio and Video Mailing List Contact Us Home Links Links Supporting the Humanities National Endowment for the Humanities University Humanities Centers Queen s University Belfast Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities Interdisciplinary Centers at Vanderbilt University Libraries Center for Second Language Studies Curb Center for Art Enterprise Public Policy Center for Teaching Local Partners Humanities Tennessee Links of Interest Fugitives and Agrarians at Vanderbilt University Special Collections Back Home GO Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African Sahel A Biographyâ 03 16 2016 4 10 p m Brian Larkin Talk 03 21 2016 4 10 p m National Identity in Contemporary Argentine Culture MORE See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents Family Prospective Students Researchers Sports Fans Visitors

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  • Map and Directions | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Map and Directions Map and Directions The Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities is located in the Vaughn Home on the Vanderbilt University campus Back Home GO Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African

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  • Mailing List | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Mailing List Contact Us Home Mailing List Mailing List Sign Up for Email Updates For Email Marketing you can trust Back Home GO Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African Sahel A Biographyâ 03 16

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  • Contact Us | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    Fellows Graduate Fellows Previous Faculty Fellows Previous Graduate Fellows Queen s University Belfast HASTAC News and Media Newsletter Warren Center in the News Who Speaks for the Negro Digital Archive Audio and Video Mailing List Contact Us Home Contact Us Contact Us The Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities is located in the Vaughn Home Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Vanderbilt University VU Station B 351534 2301 Vanderbilt Place Nashville TN 37235 1534 Phone 615 343 6060 Fax 615 343 2248 Email rpw center vanderbilt edu To sign up for our mailing list to learn about upcoming events click the button below Sign Up for Email Updates For Email Marketing you can trust Back Home GO Announcements Calendar Who Speaks Digital Archive Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism in the West African Sahel A Biographyâ 03 16 2016 4 10 p m Brian Larkin Talk 03 21 2016 4 10 p m National Identity in Contemporary Argentine Culture MORE See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students

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  • Calendar | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    GO Link 2 Link 3 Link 4 Upcoming Events in the Humanities Link 2 Link 3 Link 4 Past Warren Center Programs 2008 2009 Program History 2007 2008 Program History 2003 2007 Program History All Past Program Histories Upcoming Events 02 29 2016 4 10 p m Thomas Andrews talk on why small histories still matter 03 02 2016 4 10 p m Moses Ochonu Boko Haram and Radical Islamism

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  • Programs and Events | Robert Penn Warren Center | Vanderbilt University
    the topic Guests come from a variety of disciplines including but not limited to history anthropology political science literature Latin American studies international education policy and management and African diaspora studies Meetings are set for January 13 th with Earl Fitz Spanish Vanderbilt at 3 00 p m at the Warren Center February 19 th with Alicia Monroe African American and Diaspora Studies Vanderbilt and March 31 st with Nara Pavão political science Vanderbilt both at noon at the Warren Center Seminar coordinators Fernanda Bretones f bretones vanderbilt edu Laura Sellers laura m sellers vanderbilt edu and Steve Wenz steven b wenz vanderbilt edu Circum Atlantic Studies Seminar This group reads and treats scholarship that is interdisciplinary in nature focuses on at least two of the following regions Africa Europe Latin America the Caribbean and North America and treats some aspect of the trans Atlantic slave trade colonialism and or postcolonialism Guest speakers include Jason A Gillmer law Gonzaga University on Thursday January 21 st at 4 10 p m at the Warren Center and Emma Christopher University of Technology Sydney on Monday February 8 th at 4 10 p m at theBishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center Seminar coordinators Celso Castilho history celso t castilho vanderbilt edu and Jane Landers history jane landers vanderbilt edu The Contemporary in Theory Seminar Faculty and graduate students from different disciplines and methodological backgrounds will collaborate to foster innovative approaches to the contemporary Areas of inquiry include global capitalism the end of ideology the development of media and technology and subsequent questions about the definitions and boundaries of the human The seminar will focus on Lydia H Liu s The Freudian Robot as well as a number of related works Meetings are set for Fridays January 15 th January 29 th with guest speaker Lydia Liu East Asian Languages and Cultures and Comparative Literature Columbia University February 26 th and March 18 th with guest Seo Young Chu English Queen s College CUNY all at noon at the Warren Center Seminar coordinators Ben Tran Asian Studies ben tran vanderbilt edu and Haerin Shin English haerin shin vanderbilt edu Derrida s The Beast and the Sovereign Volumes I II This seminar invites scholars from across the university to a reading of Jacques Derrida s final lectures The Beast and the Sovereign Vols I and II The seminar will be approaching the concepts of sovereignty and animality through the critical lenses of political theory law and posthumanism The seminar will also invite metadisciplinary reflection as participants attempt to navigate and explore the intersections of philosophy literary studies political theory and the legacies of deconstruction and of Derrida himself Bi monthly meetings are scheduled for Fridays January 22 nd February 5 th and February 19 th March 18 th and March 25 th April 8 th and April 21 st all at 10 30 a m at the Warren Center Seminar coordinators Shelby Johnson English shelby l johnson vanderbilt edu Paulo Martinez philosophy paulo g martinez vanderbilt edu and Stephanie Straub English s m straub vanderbilt edu Digital Humanities Discussion Group The Digital Humanities seminar brings together colleagues from across the university who are interested in issues related to this area of study The seminar participants will explore theories practices and methodologies of DH and explore ways to best support this type of work on our campus Guest speakers include Alison Jones Nelson Acquisitions Editor De Gruyter Publishers on Tuesday January 19 th at the Center for Second Language Studies Marion Pratt Grants Resource Officer Vanderbilt on Monday February 15 th at noon at the Warren Center and Franco Moretti English Stanford University in early April more details coming soon Seminar coordinators Mona Frederick Warren Center mona frederick vanderbilt edu and Todd Hughes CSLS todd hughes vanderbilt edu Environmental Humanities This working group brings together faculty and graduate students in the humanities and creative arts the social sciences the natural sciences engineering and law to study and forge robust interdisciplinary approaches to ecological issues Through shared readings and research as well as collaborative projects the group will explore the conjunctions and conflicts between scientific social cultural creative philosophical political and legal understandings of and engagement with the environment The seminar seeks to foster new models for how humanistic inquiry can shape ecological questions both inside and outside of the humanities as well as participate in public discourse about urgent environmental problems Meetings are set for Tuesdays January 12 th with guest Ed Rubin law Vanderbilt February 16 th with Jason Moore sociology Binghamton University March 15 th with Joyce Chaplin history Harvard and April 12 th with Amanda Little English Vanderbilt all at 4 10 p m at the Warren Center Seminar Coordinator Teresa Goddu English teresa a goddu vanderbilt edu Film Theory Visual Culture Seminar This seminar aims to foster dialogue among faculty and graduate students across campus working in film visual culture art history literature and cultural studies interested in theories of the image philosophies of perception aesthetic and critical theory media histories and the history of vision The group will meet monthly to discuss readings share work and engage the research of invited scholars Guest speakers include Johannes von Moltke German University of Michigan on January 22 nd at noon in Buttrick 123 J D Connor film and media studies Yale University on March 4 th at noon at the Warren Center and Candice Amich English Vanderbilt on April 22 nd at 2 00 p m at the Warren Center Seminar coordinators Jennifer Fay cinema media arts English jennifer m fay vanderbilt edu Lutz Koepnick German cinema media arts lutz koepnick vanderbilt edu and James McFarland German cinema media arts james mcfarland vanderbilt edu Gender and Sexualities Seminar This seminar provides an interdisciplinary forum for the development of critical perspectives on gender and sexuality The seminar examines how gender and sexuality shape human experience within and across cultures in different time periods and as part of social practice Participants will choose the format

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