What Is a Seminar?
A Unit seminar is a non-credit faculty/graduate student reading group. Attendance at all meetings is not required. Topics change each semester and grow out of the interests and recommendations of Unit-affiliated faculty and students. Most seminars lead to a symposium or conference enabling us to read the work of ourspeakers in advance of their visit to our campus. Recent topics have included: Technocultural Futurisms, Interrogating the Nonhuman Turn, Beyond Utopia? Freedom and Its Discontents, Bios, Mad World, Feminist Futures. To register for any of the listed Spring 2019 seminars, please email Sarah Richter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Alyssa Bralower (email@example.com).
Spring 2019 Seminars
12:00-2:30pm, Friday, January 25
Lincoln Hall 3057
702 S. Wright Street
Urbana, IL 61801
A Part of the Racial Capitalism ColLab
10:00am-12:30pm, Wednesday, March 6
Russell Seminar Room, 2049 Natural History Building
1301 W. Green Street