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Temporalities of Romantic Science - Apr. 18 (5pm)


Professor Noel Jackson presents "Hunger Artists" at the Temporalities of Romantic Science symposium held at Berkeley on April 18 at 5pm.

Other speakers include:

Kevis Goodman (Berkeley): Introduction
Noah Heringman (Missouri): "Evolutionary Nostalgia"
John Savarese (Berkeley): "Nostalgia, Experiment, Pedagogy"

Friday, April 18, 5pm
315 Wheeler Hall
Maude Fife Room

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AMS | Wed., Mar. 19 | 5:15p | "'Back as if from the Grave:"

Jessica Maier, Art History Professor at Mount Holyoke presents "'Back as if from the Grave': Approaches to Antiquity in Medieval and Renaissance Maps of Rome" on Wed. Mar. 19, 2014 at 5:15pm in 14E-304



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MIT Communications Forum Spring Events

MIT Communications Forum

Spring 2014 Events

A Conversation with Henry Jenkins
Media scholar and former MIT professor and housemaster Henry Jenkins, now at USC, will discuss his time at MIT as well as our media culture with Forum director David Thorburn.
Thursday, March 6, 2014 ∙ 5:15-7:15 PM ∙ 4-370


Science in Fiction
Hanya Yanigihara, author, The People in the Trees
Alan Lightman, MIT; author, Einstein’s Dreams
Rebecca Goldstein, author, The Mind-Body Problem
Moderator: Seth Mnookin, MIT
Thursday, April 3, 2014 ∙ 5:15-7:15 PM ∙ 32-155 [Stata Center]
[NOTE TIME AND LOCATION]


Online Annotation & the Future of Reading
Wyn Kelley, Literature, MIT
Kurt Fendt, HyperStudio, MIT
Jeremy Dean, “Education Czar,” Rap Genius
Moderator: Noel Jackson, MIT
Thursday, April 24, 2014 ∙ 5-7 PM ∙ 66-110


Forums are free and open to the public.
For more information: http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/

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