Cultural Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Cultural Studies Colloquium

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Always free and open to the public - CSC is an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new research on the important issues of our time.

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,, 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


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