IAH Fellows Salon: Making the Invisible Visible, part I (Cancelled as of 8/18/2014)
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Join us for dinner and illuminating conversation. Each semester roughly a dozen of Carolina’s finest faculty are chosen to be fellows at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities (IAH), where they meet to discuss their scholarship, help each other elaborate on their ideas, and identify common themes in their research. Five spring 2014 fellows will describe their work and show how they are attempting to “make the invisible visible” in regards to their subjects. Following brief presentations and a reception, the fellows and program participants will enjoy guided discussions over dinner.
Fellows & Topics
Brett E. Whalen, Chapman Family Fellow, Associate Professor of History, Revealing the Centrality of Apocalyptic Thinking to Medieval (and modern) Understandings of History and the World
Emily Susan Burrill, Nelson Schwab III Fellow, Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Restoring the Histories of Women in West Africa’s Colonial Independence Movements
Rachel Willis, Chapman Family Fellow, Associate Professor of American Studies, Making Visible the Threats to Our Food Supply
Thomas Otten, Whitton Family Fellow, Associate Professor of Music, Bringing the Piano Etudes of H. Leslie Adams into the Light and into Ears
Carl W. Ernst, Pardue Fellow, William Rand Kenan, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Islamic Studies, Exposing Persian Language Literature on the Religion, Culture, Arts, and Sciences of India
Time & Cost
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Thursday, September 4, 2014. The fee for this special event is $60.00.