Upcoming Events 2013-2014
Mark your calendars for these exciting events hosted by the Comparative Literature Program! This page is your resource for the 2013-2014 academic year. Be sure to check back often as this page will be updated frequently.
||Lecture at Keating Hall 116; 10:00-11:15 a.m.
Morena Corradi (Queens College, CUNY): "Scheletri animati e monete maledette: manifestazioni del fantastico italiano nel secondo Ottocento"
||Lecture at Tognino Hall, Duane Library; 4:00 p.m.
Arthur Marotti (Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Wayne State University), "Shakespeare, Tyrannicide, and the Papal Deposing Power"
||Lecture on translation and poetry
||Book Culture Event (536 West 112th Street, New York, NY 10025)
Andrew Clark & Keith Chapin, Speaking of Music (Fordham University Press)
Laura Dolp, Montclair State University
Chris GoGwilt, Fordham University
Jairo Moreno, University of Pennsylvania
||Concert at Lincoln Center (113 West 60th Street, 12th floor lounge)
The PUBLIQuartet plays music by Howie Kentie, Lawrence Kramer, Jessie Montgomery, Alfred Schnittke, and the PUBLIQuartet
||Removing the Fig Leaves (Lincoln Center, Lowenstein 610)
11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
Join students and faculty for a lively discussion about the impact of Classical texts and tradition on the study of gender and sexuality. Participants will be shown the importance of skills developed in the study of Comparative Literature in analyzing these texts and invited to consider the function of pornographic imagery. Discussion points include the creation and transmission of lesbian erotica, the significance of particular sex acts in early Christianity, and the scholarship of Michel Foucault.