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CHAT Festival 2016: Eddie Lohmeyer, “A Wicked Feeling”

A lightning talk featured at UNC's CHAT Festival 2016 in the Carolina Union Auditorium.

CHAT Festival 2016: Fertig, Rogers, and Werlinich, “The Rhizomatic Butterfly Effect”

A lightning talk featured at UNC's CHAT Festival 2016 in the Carolina Union Auditorium.

Critical Speakers Series: Alan Liu

Alan Liu is Professor in the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara.  His books include Wordsworth: The Sense of History (1989); The Laws of Cool: Knowledge Work and the Culture of Information(2004); and Local Transcendence: Essays on Postmodern Historicism and the Database (2008).  Liu started the Voice of the Shuttle web site for humanities research in 1994. He is founder and co-leader of the 4Humanities.org advocacy initiative. Currently, he is leading the 4Humanities.org big-data, topic-modeling project titled "WhatEvery1Says" on public discourse about the humanities.

JASP 2015: Henry and Eliza

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

JASP 2015 Context Corner: Games and Riddles in Emma

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

JASP 2015 Context Corner: Free Indirect Discourse

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

JASP 2015 Context Corner: Hypochondria in Emma

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

JASP 2015 Context Corner: Food in Emma

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

JASP 2015: Class in Emma

Featured at the Jane Austen Summer Program 2015.

Larson Veggian Reading 11/19/14

Professors Jennifer Larson and Henry Veggian read from their books for the Understanding American Literature series at the Bulls Head Bookstore on November 19, 2014, at 3:30 pm. Professor Jennifer Larson reads from Understanding Suzan-Lori Parks (1:00), and Professor Veggian reads from Understanding Don DeLillo (14:20). Both professors answer questions at the end of the presentation (42:30).

Philip Pettit, “Freedom and Other Robustly Demanding Goods”

Professor Pettit, the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values at Princeton University, works broadly in political theory and philosophy.  His books include The Common Mind (OUP 1996), Republicanism (OUP 1997), A Theory of Freedom (OUP 2001), Rules, Reasons and Norms (OUP 2002), Penser en Societe (PUF, Paris 2004), Examen a Zapatero (Temas de Hoy, Madrid 2008), Made with Words: Hobbes on Mind, Society and Politics (PUP 2008) and On the People’s Terms: A Republican Theory and Model of Democracy (CUP 2012).

Jonathan Kramnick, Critical Speakers Lecture
"Presence of Mind," March 6, 2014, Toy Lounge, Dey Hall
Pamela Smith Lecture, 4/7/14

Dr. Pamela Smith's keynote, titled "From Matters to Ideas: Making Natural Knowledge in Early Modern Europe," presented at UNC's graduate conference, Making Knowledge in Medieval and Early Modern Literary Culture.

"Language and Literacy: The Literary Representation of Speech and A Confederacy of Dunces"

Connie Eble delivers the first lecture of the Fall 2013 Furst Forum Speaker Series on October 1st, 2013.

Untitled Improv Typing

Daniel Anderson performs some improv screen recording on the topic of alt-scholarship.

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