Author Archives: Kristina Huang

“Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and Empire: British Literature in the Eighteenth-century,” Suvir Kaul

On behalf of Christopher Eng and Melissa Phruksachart, I am posting this event that will kick-off a series of talks this spring. (Please RSVP for this event: engchristopher [at] yahoo [dot] com): We am very excited to introduce the “Mentoring of Future … Continue reading

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“Rousseau and the Great Thinkers” (11/2)

Friday, November 2nd 9:00 am- 6:30pm Speakers: Benjamin R. Barber, David Bates,Bryan Garsten, Jonathan Israel, Anthony La Vopa, James Miller, Helena Rosenblatt, Jerrold Seigel, David Sorkin, Barbara Taylor, Richard Tuck, Maurizio Viroli Title of Conference: “Rousseau and the Great Thinkers” Location: Graduate Center, CUNY, … Continue reading

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“Archaeology of Babel: Critical Method and Colonial Law”

Wednesday, October 24th 4:00pm Speaker: Siraj Ahmed Title: “Archaeology of Babel: Critical Method and Colonial Law” Location: Graduate Center, CUNY, Room 5409 The Eighteenth-Century Interdisciplinary Studies Group and the Postcolonial Studies Group are proud to present Siraj Ahmed, who will be … Continue reading

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“Did Eighteenth-Century Universities have Sexual Underworlds?” (10/26)

Friday, October 26th 4 PM-6 PM Speaker: George Rousseau (Oxford University) Title: “Did Eighteenth-Century Universities have Sexual Underworlds?” Location: Graduate Center, CUNY, Room 9204 The Eighteenth-Century Interdisciplinary Studies Group is proud to present George Rousseau, Professor of Modern History at … Continue reading

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