2015 Colloquia

Certain October, November, and December 2015 colloquia are available online. Click on the links to view.

Month Speaker Title
January Selden Deemer Alternative Futures: The Pew Report on Digital Life in 2025
Martha Fehsenfeld Accompanying Beckett: Memories of a Great Writer from His Chosen Editor
February Nanette Wenger Matters of the Heart: Why Can’t a Woman be More Like a Man?
March Bridgette Young Ross Bridging the Gaps: Building Community in the Midst of Differences
Allan Levey Healthy Brain Aging: Retired Faculty and Their Faculties
April William Ransom & the Vega Quartet Around the World with the Vega Quartet 
Fred Menger Faces of Central America
May Gretchen Schulz The Merchant of Venice: Shakespeare’s Unfunniest Comedy?
Morton Waitzman Waitzman as Witness to the Horrors of War: D-Day and Beyond
June Maria Del Mar Sanchez Mothering & Babies’ Neurobehavioral Development: Lessons from Animal Models
David A. Davis From Corn to the Colonel: The Development of Southern Foodways
July Stephen Nowicki Beyond Words: Nonverbal Skill and Personal and Social Adjustment
Matthew H. Bernstein Christine Smith (Gilliam): Atlanta’s Film Censor, 1944-1962
September Melvin Konner Women After All: Sex, Evolution and the End of Male Supremacy
October Daniel Parson A REAL FIELD TRIP: Life, Work and Learning Down on the Oxford Farm
Martha Albertson Fineman Social Justice and the Vulnerable Subject
November Rosemary M. Magee Archives: Human Experience Revealed
David Lynn How Did We Get Here, Where Are We Going and Are We Alone?
December Gene Bianchi, Don Saliers & Trudy Kretchman Poetry Mash-up and Holiday Party Combined