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FRIT Research Seminars
October 27, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
One event on October 27, 2021 at 4:00 pm
One event on November 19, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Join us for the Fall 2021 Research Seminar Series in the Department of French & Italian.
- Loren Eadie: “Hidden in plain sight? Homoerotic imagery in Angelo Poliziano’s early Italian poetry”
- Sandra Descourtis: “Language variations in contemporary French TV shows: the case for introducing argot and verlan in foreign language classroom to foster learner’s sociolinguistic competence”
- Anne Vila: “Convulsive Theatrics in Eighteenth-Century France, from the Convulsionnaires to the Secular Stage”
- Eric Wistrom: “Intermediality and the Collective Narration of the Self: Facebook’s Chronique de Aliyah: L’amour à la Ghetto Youth”
- Jan Miernowski: “Virtually Dead. Lessons from Affective Computing.”
- Andrea Quaini: “The prophet and the city: the prophet Jeremiah in Dante’s Commedia”
- Jason Yackee: “Imperial Farce? The Coronation of Bokassa the First and the (Failed) Manufacture of Charisma”
- Eliza Liu: “Montaigne and Covid 19”
- Josh Armstrong: “Decomposing Forms: Morbidity, Absurdism and Ecology in Contemporary French Literature”
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