CSC is presented by the Cultural Studies Program of George Mason University, bringing scholars of diverse methodological, theoretical, and topical expertise to share new and cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. We are grateful to our co-sponsors for the generous support that has made this programming possible: Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative, Women and Gender Studies, African and African American Studies, Schar School of Policy and Government, Multilingual/Multicultural PhD, CEHD, and GMU Chapter of American Association of University Professors. For questions or more information, please contact colloquium coordinator Denise Albanese, firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the Cultural Studies office at 703-993-2851.
Thanks to the following programs for co-sponsoring talks part of CSC: English; Philosophy; Sociology; African and African-American Studies; Women and Gender Studies; Schar School of Policy and Government; Multilingual/Multicultural PhD, CEHD; American Association of University Professors, GMU Chapter.
Talks start at 4:30 but feel free to show up early to mingle with faculty and students and enjoy light refreshments and coffee.
26 January: Chris Newfield, English, UCSB
9 March: Alumna Leah Perry (recruitment event for the entering class of Fall, 2017)
23 March: Daniel Phil Gonzalez, Asian American Studies, SFSU
13 April: Katie Hogan, Women and Gender Studies, NC Charlotte
20 April: Donna Murch, History, Rutgers University
27 April and 4 May: Dissertation proposal presentation days