Previous Events

    • Tuesday March 14, 2017


      Will it go round in Circles? Sustaining the Narrative in Pan’s Labyrinth and Inception.

      Erin Sledd, Lecturer of English

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      • Thursday February 9, 2017


        Hidden Geographies of Beer

        Dr. Nancy Hoalst Pullen, Associate Professor of Geography
        Dr. Mark W. Patterson, Professor of Geography

        • Thursday September 20, 2016

          09-20-2016Parental Desires Among Young Gay Men

          Dr. Dan Farr, Lecturer of Sociology

          • Tuesday March 8, 2016

            03-08-2016The Venerable Blind-Donkey: The Philosophical Poetry of Ikkyū Sōjun 休宗純

            Dr. Andrew Whitehead, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

            • Tuesday February 25, 2016

              02-25-2016Assessing Ourselves: What Do Students Really Think About Democratic Learning and Writing

              Dr. Jeanne Bohannon, Assistant Professor of DWMA


              • Thursday September 10, 2015

                Factors that Influence Achievement in the Undergraduate Social Science Research Methods Course

                Dr. Gail Markle, Assistant Professor of Sociology

                • Thursday, April 2, 2015

                  Humanities and Social Sciences: The College That Works

                  Dr. Cindy Bowers, Associate Profesor Department of English; President, Faculty Senate


                  • Wednesday March 19, 2014

                    Translating Trauma: A collaborative Project on Poet Amelia Rosselli

                    Dr. Federica Santini (KSU), Associate Professor of Italian
                    Dr. Thomas E. Peterson (UGA), Professor of Italian


                    • Wednesday October 16, 2013

                      Holy Warriors & Regional Systems: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Historic Religious-Military Orders in Medieval Europe, Japan, North America, and the Middle East

                      Dr. Wayne Van Horne, Associate Professor of Anthropology

                      • Thursday November 14, 2013

                        Fractal Divinity: Rethinking Religiosity through Early Chinese and Western Sources

                        Dr. David Jones, Professor of Philosophy

                        • Wednesday April 3, 2013

                          Pension Reform Through Nationalization

                          Dr. Barbara Neuby, Professor of Public Administration


                          • Thursday November 15, 2012

                            From Modern to Postmodern: The Paradigm Shift in Iberian Society and Poetry

                            Dr. Robert Simon, Associate Professor of divish and Portuguese

                            • Wednesday October 10, 2012

                              Post-Liberalism: The Death of a Dream

                              Dr. Melvyn Fein, Professor of Sociology

                              • Wednesday, April 4, 2012

                                The Information Revolution of Early Modern Europe

                                Dr. Paul M. Dover, Associate Professor of History

                                • Tuesday, February 28, 2012

                                  Forgotten Foes of Independence: Loyalists, African Americans, and Native Americans in the Revolutionary South

                                  Dr. Jim Piecuch, Associate Professor of History


                                  • Thursday November 17, 2011

                                    The King Whisperers: Power Behind the Throne from Rasputin to Rove

                                    Dr. Kerwin Swint, Professor of Political Science

                                    • Wednesday October 12, 2011

                                      Success and Failure Cases of U.S. Companies in China: UPS v. Home Depot

                                      Inaugural Lecture
                                      Dr. May H. Gao, Associate Professor of Communication and Coordinator, Asian Studies Program