This talk will describe some of the conclusions drawn through the creation of a research and development project that seeks to bring "chorographies" (also known as "city views") into digital mapping environments that acknowledge the pseudo-perspectival nature of these early … Read more
The second Graduate Lecture Series event of the year! "After the titular hero of Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko kills the second of two tigers, he cuts the heart from its breast to find “Seven Bullets of Lead in it” (46). Given … Read more
In celebration of Dr. María DeGuzmán's 20th anniversary as Founder and Director of the Latina/o Studies Program and the 25th Anniversary of the Latina/o Cultures Speaker Series, the LSP has re-invited the very first speaker in the Speaker Series,: Dr. … Read more
2024 Frank B. Hanes Writer-in-Residence, Terrance Hayes, will give a reading on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 in Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall. The reading is free and open to the public.
Join us for Spring semester Open House! Open to all LSP affiliates, friends, and the community at large.
Our penultimate Graduate Lecture Series event of the school year! "Early modern literature is rife with concern about the influence of parentage, education, and environment on a child’s nature. Questions of children’s moral inheritance appear in domestic tragedy plays, chronicles, … Read more
Virtual public talk with author Caro DeRobertis. “A writer of Uruguayan origins, Caro De Robertis is the author of the forthcoming novel The Palace of Eros, as well as The President and the Frog, a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award … Read more
The CSS welcomes Professor Jennifer Fleissner to talk novel studies and scholarship with the student body and faculty at large. “Jennifer Fleissner studies nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, focusing on the rise of American modernity. Her most recent book, Maladies … Read more
Join us for our yearly collaboration with UNC Film Studies’ Kino Corner program (tarheels.kinocorner.live.edu) for a screening of Mosquita y Mari (2012) in the Genome Sciences building G100 on March 26th at 7:00 pm. There will be an introduction to … Read more
Critical Pedagogy Workshop with Adela Licona in coordination with the LSP's yearly academic conference. Adela C. Licona, Ph.D., is the founder and lead consultant at The Art of Change Agency, supporting critical voices and creative visions for sustainable practice, structural … Read more