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Oct
4
2019

Provincializing Romanticism - A Yearlong Workshop and Talk Series at Northwestern

When: Friday, October 4, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM  

Where: Kresge Hall, 3535 (Spanish & Portuguese Seminar Room), 1880 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208 map it

Audience: Faculty/Staff - Student - Post Docs/Docs - Graduate Students

Contact: Sarah Peters   847.491.3864

Group: Comparative Literary Studies

Co-Sponsor: Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Category: Academic

Description:

Provincializing Romanticism - A Yearlong Workshop and Talk Series at Northwestern

Opening Discussion
Friday, October 4th  | 12-1:30pm
Kresge 3535 | lunch provided
 
Please join us on Friday, October 4th for a roundtable discussion with Rebecca Johnson (English, CLS & MENA), Tristram Wolff(English & CLS), and Rajeev Kinra (History & CLS). Our discussion revisits Dipesh Chakrabarty's Provincializing Europe in conjunction with short texts from the @Bigger6romantix collective,foregrounding race in the history of romanticism, and decentering Europe and the US in the romantic canon. 
For readings, please email Arif Camoglu (arifcamoglu2014@u.northwestern.edu).
 
Mark your calendars for Fall Quarter talks:
10/17: G. S. Sahota (UC Santa Cruz)
11/15: Omar Miranda (U of San Francisco).
 
Provincializing Romanticism is a yearlong series of talks and workshop events bringing comparative scholars of global romanticism from within and beyond the Chicago area to Northwestern. The series looks at the cross-cultural exchanges, appropriations, and transformations that have shaped Eurocentric canons of capital-R Romanticism. We welcome faculty and graduate students interested in discussing literary, aesthetic, and historical itineraries of “the” romantic tradition in understudied contexts.
 
This series of Northwestern events is sponsored by Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, The Graduate School; the Departments of Spanish and Portuguese, French and Italian, German; and Programs in Critical Theory, Comparative Literary Studies, and Middle East and North African Studies.

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