The Colloquium Series offers faculty and graduate students an opportunity to discuss a work-in-progress with others from different disciplines. The format is by design informal, conversational, and interdisciplinary.
Organized and led by faculty directors, these three-year seminars provide a forum for a wide variety of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students from the humanities and social science disciplines to present and discuss research in progress, invite speakers, and host symposia.
• 1914 and the Making of the 20th Century
• Contemporary Latin American Democracies
• Continental Philosophy
• Critical Childhood Studies
• Media and Religion
"World War II and its Global Legacies" Initiative
A two-year initiative focusing on World War II, its history and consequences, as well as its global impact on international law, national memory and identity, and the humanities.
NEH Summer Seminar for School Teachers (2014)
“Memories Divided and Reconciled: World Wars I and II in France Today”
South Central Review
The Official Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association