A new blog post from Cameron Frostbaum, a 2017-2018 Fox Center Undergraduate Humanities Honors Fellow!
2018 Lovis Corinth Colloquium VIII
Art History Department, Emory University
March 29-31, 2018
‘Quid est secretum?: On the Visual Representation of Mystery
and Secrecy in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700’
Fox Center Alum William Bryan’s op-ed in The Washington Post!
A new blog post from Doris Cikopana, a 2017-2018 Fox Center Undergraduate Humanities Honors Fellow!
March 6, 2018 from 5:30-7:00PM, Dr. Elizabeth Ellcessor presents Cultural Accessibility: Digital Media, Disability Cultures, and Academic Responsibility. Jones Room, Woodruff Library.
Congratulations to 2010-2011 Senior Fox Fellow Deepika Bahri on her new book!
Our Poetics Fellow, William Fogarty, presented “Mortal Tongues: Lucille Clifton’s Socio-Spiritual Admonitions” at today’s Fellows’ Lunch.
A fantastic turnout on Skidaway Island, GA for 2014-2015 Fox Fellow Will Bryan’s Georgia Seminar “The Savannah: The Story of a River and its City“! The Fox Center and Georgia Humanities partnered with The Learning Center of Savannah, GA for this debut offering held on Georgia Day (February 12).
Postdoc Fellow Christopher Willoughby gave a presentation titled “’Quite Sick’: Experimentation and the Enslaved in Antebellum American Medical Schools” at the Fellows’ lunch.
Kelsey Klotz kicked off the Postdoctoral Fellow lunch presentations with her talk titled “‘Any Jackass Can Swing’: Brubeck and White Intellectual Privilege”.
The Feast of Words: Celebrating Faculty Books Published in 2017
Monday, February 12, 2018
4 to 6 pm
Joseph W. Jones Room, Level 3, Robert W. Woodruff Library
The Feast of Words celebration is sponsored by the AJC-Decatur Book Festival.
A wonderful evening at the Fox Center’s Annual Response Forum! Thanks to all who attended.
Top Photo: Dean Michael Elliott addresses the 2018 Fox Center Faculty Response Forum.
Bottom Photo: Senior Fox Fellow Dianne Stewart and Undergraduate Humanities Honors Fellow Sariyah Benoit at one of the tables.