Archive » May, 2014

May 27th, 2014

CLA this Week — 5/27/14

Tues., May 27
Cristina Eisenberg: The Carnivore Way — Our tangled history with large carnivores has ranged from a close spiritual bond during pre-European settlement of […]


May 19th, 2014

CLA this Week — 5/19/14

Mon., May 19
Center for the Humanities Guest Lecture — In the late 15th century, a scribe known only as “Rate” composed a manuscript containing mysterious […]


May 12th, 2014

CLA this Week — 5/12/14

May 12
Center for the Humanities Lecture: How did the 1925 feature film The Joyless Streets breed tensions between local and federal officials in interwar Germany? How […]


May 5th, 2014

CLA this Week — 5/5/14

May 5
Rosaries and Ropeburns: Boxing and Manhood in American Catholicism, 1880-1970: Early 20th-century Roman Catholic priests believed they were locked in battle with secular philosophies […]