March Events at the Heyman Center


March Events at The Heyman Center

 

Toril Moi gives the 2014 Lionel Trilling Seminar: “Understanding from Inside,” or Critique and Admiration: Reading after Wittgenstein and Cavell


Monday, March 3, 6:15pm
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
Graduate Student Workshop
with Toril Moi


Tuesday, March 4, 12:15pm
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
Open only to Columbia faculty and students.
Advanced readings at event link.
The Disciplines Series:
The History of Poverty in Africa: A Central Question?
 A Two-Day Conference


Thursday, March 6 – Friday, March 7
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
An Inconsolable Memory:
Selected Films of Aryan Kaganof
A Two-Day Conference


Tuesday, March 11 – Wednesday, March 12
The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies
Texts, Risks, and Revolution:
Holding Up a Mirror to the Arab World

with Sulayman Al Bassam and Georgina Van Welie


Thursday, March 13, 6:15pm  
Barnard Hall, Sulzberger Parlor
The Society of Fellows in the Humanities Presents “A Critical Dialogue on Media and Materiality”
with Eduardo Cadava, Ben Kafka, and Bernhard Siegert


Friday, March 14, 12:00pm  
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
 
Drones and the Obama Administration
with Steve Coll, Manan Ahmed, Philip G. Alston, and Mark Mazower


Wednesday, March 26, 6:15pm  
Pulitzer Hall, Lecture Hall Room 301
 
Botanically Queer
with Catriona Sandilands


Thursday, March 27, 4:30pm  
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
 
The Disciplines Series: The Idea of Development
The Tyranny of Experts: An Intellectual History of Autocratic Approaches to Economic Development
with William Easterly, Gregory Mann, and Michele Alcevich


Monday, March 31, 615pm  
Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room
 
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