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Archive for September, 2009

Auschwitz Survivor to Examine Social Psychology of Concentration Camp

Posted September 30, 2009
photo of a guard tower at a concentration camp

On Monday, Oct. 5, the Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict will present “Humans Under Extreme Conditions in the Nazi-German Extermination Camp Birkenau,” a talk by Tomas Radil. Radil, a senior scientist at the Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, is a survivor of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp. In his […]

Specialist in Critical Theory to Lecture

Posted September 15, 2009

University of Toronto Professor Linda Hutcheon, a world-renowned specialist in postmodernist culture and critical theory, will lecture at Bryn Mawr on Thursday,  Sept. 17, at 4:30 p.m. in Carpenter B21. Her talk, titled Theory/Theories–In Many Tongues,” is sponsored by the Class of 1902 Lecture Fund as well as the Departments of Classics, East Asian Studies, […]

Lázaro Lima to Open Latino Heritage Month With Lecture on Puerto Rico’s Special Status

Posted September 11, 2009
event poster

Associate Professor of Spanish Lázaro Lima will open Latino Heritage Month at Bryn Mawr on Tuesday, Sept. 15, with a lecture titled “Empire’s Remains: Puerto Rico’s ‘State of Exception’ After 1898.” The lecture, sponsored by the Bryn Mawr Spanish Department and the Latina student group Mujeres, will take place in Room B21 of Carpenter Library […]