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On October 16 the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory hosted a lecture by Shona Jackson entitled “Postcolonial Theory, Sort of, Not Really, Maybe Not at All” as part of the Fall 2018 Modern and Critical Theory Lecture Series. Md Alamgir Hossain's (English) response is now live on KritikAs always, we welcome your comments.

On October 16 2018, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory hosted a lecture by Shona Jackson (Texas A&M) entitled “Postcolonial Theory, Sort of, Not Really, Maybe Not at All” as part of the Fall 2018 Modern and Critical Theory Lecture Series. This recorded lecture is now available here on our website.

The Unit is pleased to announce the Spring 2019 Unit-affiliated graduate seminars. For a list of affiliated courses, please click here. Courses will be added on an ongoing basis throughout registration.

On October 2, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory hosted a lecture by Geoffrey Bennington (Emory) entitled “Politics in Deconstruction” as part of the Fall 2018 Modern and Critical Theory Lecture Series. Robin Sudanan Turner's (French & Italian) response is now live on Kritik.

The Unit is pleased to share Lettycia Terrones (LIS) and Anirban Mukhopadhay's (ICR) reflections on their experiences as Nicholson Graduate Fellows at the 2018 School for Criticism and Theory (SCT) Summer Institute at Cornell University. 
For more information about the SCT summer fellowship, please vsee the application guidelines posted here. More information on the Summer 2019 SCT Summer Institute will be available soon.

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