FCCS provides a weekly forum for critical engagement
The Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies has launched a weekly seminar series to help connect with the campus community.
The talks cover a wide gamut of significant issues confronting societies, in both contemporary and historical contexts. The seminars adopt an interdisciplinary approach to examining and understanding relevant issues.
Upcoming seminars include The Politics and Pragmatics of ‘Minority’ Anthology Publishing on November 8 (Marie Loughlin, associate professor of English), East Germany’s Environmental Movement and its Underground Publications on November 15 (Martin Blum, associate professor of English), and Performing Animator Instrument on November 22 (Aleksandra Dulic, assistant professor of new media).
All FCCS seminars take place on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Administration building faculty and staff lounge (room ADM115). To find out more visit the FCCS events calendar.