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Guest Speakers

Faculty Presentations


Consuming Passion

Four English and three Chicano Studies professors discuss their academic passions in seven-minute mini- talks. The event was sponsored by the Department of English Speakers Committee in collaboration with the Chicano Studies Department. This event was originally recorded on November 9, 2011.


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Epiphanies and Connections

Five faculty members - three from English and two African/African American Studies - discuss their academic pursuits surrounding the theme "Epiphanies/Connections" as it applies to African/African American research. This event was presented by the Department of English Speakers Committee in collaboration with the African/African American Studies Department. This event was originally recorded on October 17, 2012.


Visiting Filmmakers


Saving Face: A discussion with Academy Award winning Director Daniel Junge

"Saving Face," the 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Short Documentary, follows survivors of acid attacks in Pakistan, their fight for justice, and the work of a British Pakistani plastic surgeon helping them restore their lives. Director Daniel Junge speaks about the making of such a film during a Q and A session. A reception followed. The event was sponsored by the Department of English and the Institute for Women's Studies and Services.

This event was originally recorded on Nov. 14, 2012.


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