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Geography Club, Guest Lecturer: Dr. John J. Cooney, January 25, 2018

We would like to welcome our first Geography Club guest lecturer of the year, Dr. John J. Cooney who is the Humanities Program Chair/Associate Professor, for Ivy Tech Community College. He is lecturing on the profound impact experienced after stumbling upon the writings of Alexander von Humboldt. Those writings were discovered in a New York City museum, at the onset of his college career. The discovered article was entitled “Last Universal Man” was obtained in the Horizon magazine.

Location: TBD

January 25, 2018 | 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM

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Publishing in the Digital Humanities: A Case Study, January 26, 2018

The growth of digital humanities raises many questions. How are scholars enriching their work through multimedia exhibitions and archives of visual, audio and other materials? What technologies are available, and what are their costs, audiences and longevity? How does this new scholarship change peer review and promotion standards? This workshop features Associate Professor Kelly Hayes' fieldwork on the Brazilian new religious movement The Valley of the Dawn. With thousands of photographs and many hours of audio and video recordings, Dr. Hayes' scholarship offers an exciting case study for exploring the new opportunities and challenges of digital humanities

Location: Campus Center CE 409

January 26, 2018 | 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM

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"Writers at Work" series, featuring Sarah Layden, January 29, 2018

Ever wanted to know how to pitch a story idea to a publication outlet? Come hear how it's done in this talk by Sarah Layden.

Sarah's talk is part of the English Department's "Writers at Work" series which brings local professionals who are working in writing-related jobs to campus. Speakers include a copy writer, an A&E editor, a published author, a grant writer, and a professional freelancer. How did they do it? Come hear how to pitch stories, work with editors, write in various genres for publication, and more from those who are doing it.

Sarah is a published author, blogger, and writing instructor.

https://www.sarahlayden.com/

 

 

Location: Cavanaugh Hall 008H

January 29, 2018 | 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM

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Liberal Arts Talks presents Robert Aponte: "Sixteen Bullets: The Laquan McDonald Tragedy and the Police Code of Silence", February 8, 2018

"Writers at Work" series, featuring Alyssa Chase, February 14, 2018

29th Joseph T. Taylor Symposium: INVISIBLE INDIANAPOLIS: RACE AND HERITAGE IN THE CIRCLE CITY, February 15, 2018

"Writers at Work" series, featuring Andrea Davis, February 28, 2018

Dr. Richard A. Pegg Presents, "Cartographic Traditions in East Asian Maps", February 28, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Gail Bennett: "Ah Ha! Second-level Writing Helps Students Overcome Writing Barriers", March 1, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Terry Kirts: "The Chowder Diaries: Immersion Memoir Writing and the Communal Foods of Southeastern Illinois", March 2, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Didier Bertrand: "From Albert Camus to Kamel Daoud: The Meursault Investigation Controversy", March 23, 2018

"Writers at Work" series, featuring Lou Harry, March 26, 2018

"Writers at Work" series, featuring Ken Honeywell, April 4, 2018

The Celebration of Scholarship, April 21, 2018