Lunchtime colloquia will meet in 2017-18 on varied weekdays (see below) and different formats from 11:45 am-1:30 pm. We usually meet in MHRA 1607, the Research and Partnerships conference room on the first floor of the Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building’s research wing. Colloquia will be led by colleagues from varied disciplines, but with a shared purpose: to explore life around the Atlantic Rim in ways that will spark new approaches, provide useful responses to work-in-progress, and reflect on the shared project of transatlantic studies.
The 2017-2018 Colloquium schedule is as follows (AWRN Director Hodgkins on leave fall 2017):
|Monday, March 19,
|“Five Years in the Making: African Art
Curation and Public-Facing Scholarship”
|Dr. Elizabeth Perrill
Associate Professor of Art
|Thursday, April 26, 2018||“Writing the Atlantic World: A Celebration of
Transatlantic Books—A Reception with Food
Publishing on Atlantic
World Topics Since 2012
(Omar Ali, Deborah Bell, James Carr, Sarah Cervenak, James Fisher, Tara Green, Ellen Haskell, Fabrice Lehoucq, Peter Villella, Karen Weyler, Naurice Woods)
To view Dr. Perrill’s presentation, see the link here.
For more about the UNCG faculty members celebrated in “Writing the Atlantic World,” see the link here.