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Jelena Todorović invites people to attend Francesca da Rimini’s ecumenic flash mob: a tribute to Dante Alighieri
Jelena Todorović invites people to attend a worldwide virtual flash mob reading verses from Dante’s Inferno V. on the morning of Monday, March, 8, from 10:00am until 10:15am.
Senior Fellows 2021-2025 Francine Hirsch History, UW-Madison. Enemies, A Love Story: An Entangled History of Russia and America Mario Ortiz-Robles English, UW-Madison. Future Anterior: How Nineteenth-Century Institutions Framed the Future of Animals Anne Vila French and Italian, UW-Madison. Convulsive Enlightenment: Lives …
Jessica Cooley Receives Transforming the Discipline Award: “Crip Materiality and the Care of Eva Hesse”
Jessica Cooley received the Transforming the Discipline Award from the Department of Art History. She will give a talk titled: “Crip Materiality and the Care of Eva Hesse” on March 5th at 1:30 pm CST.
It is with great sadness that the Institute for Research in the Humanities notes the passing of one of its former senior fellows, Rachel Brenner (1946-2021). Rachel, a long-time member of the Department of Hebrew and Semitic Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies, was a major scholar of modern Hebrew literature, and a beloved teacher of UW-Madison students for many years. She was a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Research in the Humanities from 2008 to 2013.
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