Colloquium Series Fall 1994
Levis Faculty Center Monday 8:00 pm
 


   
12 September Peter Fritzsche History: "The Century of Living Dangerously: Modernism, Nazism, and the Delinquency of History"
  Respondents: Jean-Phillipe Mathy French
William Maxwell English
  Background Reading: Charles Baudelaire, "The Painter of Modern Life"
Ernst Jünger, "Total Mobilization"
Paul Rabinow, French Modern (selections)
     
10 October Lisa Cartwright English and Visual & Cultural Studies, U. of Rochester
"Imaging and Imagining Medicine's Public Sphere: Technological Activism in Medicine's Media Culture"
  Respondents: Brad Hudson Art and Design/Unit One
Paula Treichler Medicine, Communications Research, and Women's Studies
  Background Reading: Ann Barry Flood, "Empowering Patients: Using Interactive Video Programs to Help Patients Make Difficult Decisions"
Brian Goldfarb, "Intimate Interactivity: Creating Safer-Sex Software"
Ann Satterfield, "Page From Treatment"
     
7 November Kal Alston Education Policy Studies and Women's Studies: "Pomp and Circumstance: Representations of Teachers in Popular Media"
  Respondents: Ramona Curry English
Cameron McCarthy Curriculum and Instruction
  Background Reading: Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life (selections)
Henry Giroux, Living Dangerously (selections)
Mas'ud Zavarzadeh, Seeing Films Politically (selections)
     
5 December Hans Herbert Kögler Philosophy: "The Self-Empowered Subject: Beyond Habermas and Foucault on Agency"
  Respondents: Amanda Anderson English and Women's Studies
Melissa Orlie Political Science
  Background Reading: Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power"
Jürgen Habermas, "Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action"