Monday, January 26, 2015

Workshop on Human-Animal Studies: Feb. 18 (plus other Feb. events)

February is a short month, but filled with exciting GW MEMSI events. On Friday February 13, Ania Loomba of the University of Pennsylvania will present a talk in Rome Hall 771 (801 22nd St NW) at 3 PM: "Crossing Boundaries: Race, Postcoloniality and the Early Modern." On Friday February 27, Heather Bamford, George Washington University, will present at our works in progress lunch (Rome Hall 771, 11:30 PM: precirculated paper).

AND on Wednesday February 18, the GW History Department and Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute invite you to a Workshop on Human-Animal Studies:
“Noah’s Ark and Climate Change” (Jeffrey Cohen, English)
and
“Aping Humans: A History of Simian Actors from Blind Gew to Snooky the Humanzee” (Holly Dugan, English)
Moderated by Marcy Norton (History)
5:30 – 7 pm February 18
411 Phillips Hall (Academic Center, 801 22nd ST NW)


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