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Events for 2011-2012

Spring, 2012 Events

Comparative Modernisms, Medialities, Modernities
Fordham-NYU Conference
Friday, 4 NYU, Jurow Hall
Conference: Fordham-NYU Conference
Saturday, 5 Fordham, 12th Floor Lounge (Lincoln Center Campus)
Conference: Fordham-NYU Conference
For more information about the conference, please see the MLI website:


Wednesday, 11 11:00am-1:00pm, Location TBA (Lincoln Center Campus)
Event: Reid Family Writers of Color with Terrance Hayes and Patricia Smith
Thursday, 12 5:00-7:00pm, Location TBA (Rose Hill Campus)
Event: Reid Family Writers of Color with Terrance Hayes and Patricia Smith
Monday, 16 4:15pm, Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library (Rose Hill Campus)
Lecture by Peter Szendy: "Kantian sci-fi: On Cosmetics and Cosmopolitics." Peter Szendy is a Visiting Fellow at Princeton University, Professor of Philosophy at University of Nanterre, and author of Hits: Philosophy in the Jukebox (Fordham, forthcoming), Prophecies of Leviathan: Reading Past Melville (Fordham, 2009), and Listen: A History of Our Ears (Fordham, 2007)
Wednesday, 18 1:00-3:00pm, Plaza View Room (Lincoln Center Campus)
Event: Senior Thesis Roundtable
Wednesday, 18 5:00 pm, MLL Conference Room, Faber Hall (Rose Hill Campus)
Lecture by Stefano Gulizia (The City University of  New York): "A Printer's Tale: Global Exchange and Street Culture between Spain and Venice."


Thursday, 22    4:15pm, 12th Floor Lounge (Lincoln Center Campus)

Fall, 2011 Events


4:30pm, Faber Hall, Modern Languages and Literature Conference Room (Rose Hill Campus)
Lecture: "Truth, Will and Imagination: Hermeneutics and Ethics in Dante's Divina Commedia" by Susanna Barsella (Fordham University) and Simone Marchesi (Princeton University)


Friday, 11 2:30pm, Faculty Lounge (Rose Hill Campus)
Lecture: “From Diabolus in musica to Deus musicus: Dante’s Comedy between Psalms and Infernal Songs" by Francesco Ciabattoni (Georgetown University)
Thursday, 17 1:00pm, O'Keefe Commons (Rose Hill Campus)
Performance: "Legendary New York Latina Performance Artists" featuring Magdalena Gómez, Josefina Báez and Alina Troyano
Monday, 21 4:30pm, Plaza View Room (Lincoln Center Campus)
Lecture: "Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun: Changer de Nom" by Geneviève Haroche (Université d'Orléans, France)


Friday, 7 4:30pm, Plaza View Room (Lincoln Center Campus)
Lecture: "Tasso's Creation and Post-Tridentine Controversies on Images" by Giuseppe Mazzotta (Yale University)
Friday, 14 9-6pm, Lincoln Center Campus
Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference: "The Art of Outrage: Poetics, Politics, Polarization."
  12-1:30pm, Lincoln Center Campus
Alumni Panelfor Questions about Graduate School: "Graduate School Now!", a special presentation of "The Art of Outrage" Conference
Wednesday, 26 5:00pm, LL 309 (Lincoln Center Campus)
Lecture: "A Repressed Beauty: Condemnation and Defense of Poetry from Scholasticism to Humanism" by Francesco Stella (University of  Siena, Italy)

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