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Graduate Colloquium Series

Held on Fridays at 2:30pm in Watson 341, the colloquia provide a venue to share in the rich and diverse studies of our fellow graduate students in a more relaxed setting. It is a great opportunity to gain experience presenting, to share and receive feedback on your work, and to test new ideas among those not necessarily acquainted with your specific field of study in an amicable setting.

Coordinator: Andrew Hahm ( )


Date Topic Presenter
September 27  ¿Mejorando la raza?: Identity and Partnership in the Latinx Community. Andrew Lopez
October 4 Piecing Citizens: Trans(homo)nationalism and the Canadian State Sofie Vlaad
October 11 Demarcating Attachment-Based Claims Arthur Hill
October 18  Freedom of becoming a person of your choice David Jo
November 1 TBD Alisha Sharma
November 8 Directed Research Seminar: TBD Jonas Monte
November 15 Directed Research Seminar: Nietzsche, Psychedelia, and Rebirth Joe Breidenstein
November 22 Directed Research Seminar: Decreation for the Anthropocene: Simone Weil and thinking ecologically Kate Lawson
November 29 Directed Research Seminar: TBD Johanna Chalupiak 
December 6 Directed Research Seminar: TBD  Derek Beamer
December 13 Directed Research Seminar: Membership, Contribution, and Justice Ryan Wilcox