All meetings take place Thursday at 4:30pm in Foster 305 unless otherwise noted, and are followed by a small reception.

Papers to be read in advance are posted under the “Workshop Documents” tab one week prior to the meeting. All documents are password-protected. The password is circulated via the listserv.

 

Thursday, October 3: Close Reading of Iris Murdoch‘s “Literature and Philosophy: A Conversation with Bryan Magee” and “Against Dryness,” led by Carly Lane and Joseph Simmons

 

Thursday, October 17: Fay Rosner, Lecturer Department of French & Italian, Northwestern University, “Art, Manners, and Morals: Lessons from Proust’s Combray”

 

Thursday, October 31: Trent Leipert, PhD Candidate Music History & Theory at the University of Chicago, “Luigi Nono’s Late Style and Navigating the Subject”

 

Thursday, November 14: Philip Sugg, PhD Candidate Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, “Individuality and Development in Goethe’s Late Work”

 

Thursday, November 21: Søren Harnow Klausen, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Denmark, “Existential Trajectories and Turning Points in Literary Fiction”

 

Monday, December 9: Michael Subialka, Powys Roberts Research Fellow in European Literature in St. Hugh’s College, Oxford, “Modernist Modes of Aesthetic Meaning: The Vampire, the Embalmer, and the Moment of Truth”