The German program invites you to attend a talk by the first candidate for assistant professor of German Studies, Chet Lisiecki, entitled, “The Writer as F├╝hrer: Lyric Subjectivity between the Conservative Dream and the Fascist Imperative.” This talk is on Monday, January 29th at 3:30 in the Max Kade Theater, Armstrong Hall.

Future candidates will present as follows:

Thursday, February 1 Richard Lambert III 3:30 pm in the Max Kade Theater “Blurring the Picture: Robert Musil between ISOTYPE and Eigenschaften.”;
Thursday, February 8th Lina Kuhn 3:45 pm in the Max Kade Theater “The Biopolitics of Monsters and Mobs in Fritz Lang’s M.”

Posted by machristiansen@coloradocollege.edu for the January 26, 2018 digest.

The Theatre and Dance Department invites members of the campus community to attend our second candidate’s talk for the tenure-track position, assistant professor of dance studies. Dr. Elizabeth Schwall’s talk, titled “Political Moves: Dance and Power in Revolutionary Cuba”, will be held in the Worner Center’s WES Room at 4 pm this Friday, January 26.

Posted by squinn@coloradocollege.edu for the January 25, 2018 digest.

As many of you know, Tracy Santa will be retiring at the end of June. All campus is invited to the open presentations of the three Writing Center Director Candidates.

January 25th: 3:30-4:30 p.m., Tutt Library 238
January 29th: 3:30-4:30 p.m., Tutt Library Event Space (west side of second floor)
February 2nd: 3:30-4:30 p.m., Tutt Library 238

Posted by a_link@coloradocollege.edu for the January 25, 2018 digest.

Remember, the CC campus is now smoke- and tobacco-free. CC is committed to providing an environment that promotes the health and well-being of all members of the community. An updated policy went into effect Jan. 1, and prohibits smoking and tobacco use on all college property. Resources and additional information available: www.coloradocollege.edu/smokefree

Posted by swurtz@coloradocollege.edu for the January 25, 2018 digest.

The English Department invites you to attend a talk by the first candidate for assistant professor of global Anglophone literature, Mohammad Shabangu, entitled, “The ‘world’ of World Literature: Imaginative Potential in Contemporary African Migrant Writing.” The talk is on Thursday, January 25, at 3:30 pm in the WES Room, Worner Campus Center.

Talks by the second and third candidates are scheduled as follows:

Tuesday, January 30, Soumitree Gupta, “Beyond Rescue and Return: Mobile Women and the Politics of Home in South Asian Women’s Texts.” 3:30 pm, WES Room, Worner Campus Center.

Wednesday, February 7, Najnin Islam, “Intimate Histories: Narrating Caste and the Coolie in Amitav Ghosh’s ‘Sea of Poppies’.” 3:30 pm, WES Room, Worner Campus Center.

Posted by ppyne@coloradocollege.edu for the January 25, 2018 digest.

Series of presentations at Russian Tea(s) dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Russian October Revolution. This Thursday – Spectacles of Revolution, 1917-2017. Talk by prof. Jake Smith. Russian (Mullett) House, 3.30pm. Russian tea and pasties are provided. Join us: www.facebook.com/events/545562299169689/

Posted by l_pletneva@coloradocollege.edu for the January 24, 2018 digest.