On April 27, the College of Fine and Applied Arts hosted a keynote address by Georgina Born (Oxford) entitled “Interdisciplinarity: Modes, Logics, Geneaologies, and Reflections,” as part of Methodologies, the 2019 Festival of the Arts, Design, and Planning symposium. Ian Nutting's (Musicology) response entitled, "Theorizing Interdisciplinarity: Georgina Born’s Relational Ontology of Interdisciplinary Autonomy," is now live on Kritik. As always, we welcome your comments.
The Unit for Criticism & Interpretive Theory is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2019-21 Unit for Criticism & Interpretive Theory Faculty Fellows. Congratulations to the Junior Faculty Fellows, Vincent Cervantez (Spanish & Portuguese) and Maryam Kashani (Asian American Studies/Gender & Women's Studies), and Senior Faculty Fellow Julie Turnock (Media & Cinema Studies)! The fellowships are made possible by the generous support of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
Congratulations to the winners of this year's Nicholson Graduate Fellowships, Alana Ackerman (Anthropology) and Jamillah Rasheda Gabriel (Information Sciences)! The fellowship covers the costs of tuition, accommodation, and travel to attend the Cornell School of Criticism and Theory's six-week summer seminars in critical theory.
On October 30, 2018, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory hosted a lecture by Nicholas Estes (U of New Mexico) entitled “Indigenous Studies: As Radical as Reality Itself” as part of the Fall 2018 Modern and Critical Theory Lecture Series. This recorded lecture is now available here on our website.
On October 30, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory hosted a lecture by Nicholas Estes ( University of New Mexico) entitled “”Indigenous Studies: As Radical as Reality Itself” as part of the Fall 2018 Modern and Critical Theory Lecture Series. Helen Makhdoumian's (English) response is now live on Kritik. As always, we welcome your comments.