Co-sponsored Events

The Glasscock Center supports the humanities at Texas A&M University by co-sponsoring public lectures, performances with a humanities research component, and scholarly presentations by visitors from outside the university. The Glasscock Center also supports notable lectures by speakers of pre-eminent interdisciplinary reputation that will both promote the humanities and contribute broadly to the intellectual community. Through the Symposium and Small Conference Grant, the Center supports such events that showcase and promote scholarship and research in the humanities.

Spring 2017

April 21, 2017
Co-sponsored Conference
On Trial: Kafka and Philosophy
Event Flyer

April 21, 2017
Co-sponsored Symposium

Theorizing the Subject of African Cultural Production: Reflections on the Work of Kenneth W. Harrow
Event Flyer

April 24, 2017
Co-sponsored Lecture
Dialogues in Religion and Culture: Day One
Film Screening and Discussion of Mundo Milagroso (Miraculous World)
Kristy Nabhan-Warren
| Associate Professor, V.O. and Elizabeth Kahl Figge Fellow in Catholic Studies, Department of Religion, University of Iowa

April 25, 2017
Co-sponsored Event

Dialogues in Religion and Culture: Day Two
Lecture
“Latinos/as, Food Production, and Religion in America Today”
Kristy Nabhan-Warren | Associate Professor, V.O. and Elizabeth Kahl Figge Fellow in Catholic Studies, Department of Religion, University of Iowa

April 2017
Co-sponsored Symposium
“Theorizing the Subject of African Cultural Production: Reflecting on the Writing of Kenneth W. Harrow”
Location: 311 Glasscock Building
For more information, please contact Dr. Carmela Garritano.

May 19-20, 2017
Co-sponsored Event
“The Society for Mexican-American Philosophy: Cultivating a Philosophical Space towards the Future of Philosophy”
Event Flyer


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