Haddin forums to bring CAS faculty research into the spotlight

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haddin streamJoin the College of Arts and Sciences for the Theodore Haddin Arts and Sciences forum, an ongoing lecture series that gives CAS faculty a venue to talk about their research with their colleagues, students and the public, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. the last Friday of each month in Heritage Hall Building Room 126. Lunch is provided.

Each academic year, the forum presents around six informal lectures from a cross-section of departments; all talks will be of interest to a broad range of people.

For more information, visit the CAS website.

The lecture topics and speakers for the 2018-19 academic year:

Oct. 26

Lecture: “Engines of Wonder: Painting and Engineering in Renaissance Europe”

Speaker: Noa Turel, assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History

Nov. 30

Lecture: “Pots & Kettles: The Ethics of Hypocrisy”

Speaker: Matt King, assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy

Jan. 25

Lecture: “Medical Martyrs: A Nineteenth-Century Representation of Inquisitorial Persecution of Early Modern Spanish Physicians”

Speaker: Andrew Keitt, associate professor in the Department of History

Feb. 22

Lecture: “Bodies of Stone: Crosses and Runes in Early English Memorial Inscriptions”

Speaker: Jill Clements, assistant professor in the Department of English

March 29

Lecture: “Clothes Tell Stories: Using Object-based Research to Unravel Personal Narratives in Dress”

Speaker: Kimberly Schnormeier, associate professor in the Department of Theatre