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New Voices Series

Sep 27–Nov 29, 12:45 PM
Newhouse Center Lounge & Zoom
Open to the Wellesley College campus community only

The Suzy Newhouse Center for the Humanities is pleased to announce a series of faculty-focused lunchtime lectures featuring new voices in the humanities and social sciences. All presentations will take place in the Newhouse Center lounge on Tuesdays from 12:45-1:45pm. Our Fall 2022 lineup includes: 

  • Tuesday, 9/27 @ 12:45pm
    "The Crisis Quotidian: On the Politics of Life in Contemporary El Salvador," a presentation by Jorge Cuellar (Assistant Professor of Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Dartmouth College
    Click here to register for Zoom attendance. 
  • Tuesday, 10/18 @ 12:45pm
    "Epistemology of the Violets: Heuristics toward a Sensorium of Afro-Japanese Co-creativity," a presentation by William Bridges (Associate Professor of Japanese & Arthur Satz Professor of the Humanities, University of Rochester)
    Click here to register for Zoom attendance. 
  • Tuesday, 11/1 @ 12:45pm
    "Interpreting Erotic Mothers: Symbolic Milk Kinship in Premodern Japanese Narratives," a presentation by Sachi Schmidt-Hori (Associate Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture, Dartmouth College)
    Click here to register for Zoom attendance. 
  • Tuesday, 11/29 @ 12:45pm
    "The Space Love Maps: A Blackgirl Legend in 3 Plots," a presentation by Loren Cahill '14 (Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work, Smith College)
    Click here to register for Zoom attendance.
Virtual options will be available for each presentation. To register for Zoom attendance, click the corresponding links under each talk title. 
For more information, please contact: