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
Co-sponsorship Grant–due 20 Nov
Notable Lecture Grant–due 20 Nov
Symposium and Small Conference Grant–due 20 Nov
"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.
France/Texas A&M Univesity Institute
A number of Universities throughout the United States have been selected as French Embassy Centers of Excellence. Co-sponsored by the Provost’s Office at TAMU.
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