Happy New Year!
We’re thrilled to announce our Winter 2015 Schedule:
Unless otherwise notes, all meetings take place Thursday at 4:30pm in Foster 305 and are followed by a small reception.
Texts to be read in advance are posted under the “Workshop Documents” tab one week prior to our meeting. All documents are password-protected. The password is circulated via the listserv.
Thursday, January 8: Close reading of Virginia Woolf‘s essays, “Craftsmanship,” “Modern Fiction,” and “How Should One Read a Book?” led by Carly Lane and Joseph Simmons.
Thursday, January 22: D.N. Rodowick, Glen A. Lloyd Distinguished Service Professor Department of Cinema and Media Studies and the College at the University of Chicago, “Perfectionism’s Ironic Transport.”
Thursday, February 5 : Glenn Most, Professor of Classics and Social Thought at the University of Chicago, “Allegoresis and Etymology.”
Thursday, February 19: Konrad C. Weeda, PhD Student in Social Thought at the University of Chicago, “Beautiful Farming and Meaningful Life in Virgil’s Georgics.”
Thursday, March 5: Hannah Mosher, PhD Student in Social Thought at the University of Chicago, “The Task Is Not to Wish But to Will: Kierkegaard’s Ethical Inwardness as a Response to Contingency.”