[Hum_Calendar_Events] Mellon Seminars: Bauermkemper on 5/10 & Lye on 5/16
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The Mellon Postdoctoral Program in the Humanities "Cultures in Transnational Perspective"
presents seminars by
Mellon Visiting Assistant Professor
"The Trans/National Terrain of Anishinaabe Law and Diplomacy"
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Royce Hall 236
The seminar is based on the article "The Trans/National Terrain of Anishinaabe Law and Diplomacy" available by email to dacia at humnet.ucla.edu<mailto:dacia at humnet.ucla.edu>.
Associate Professor of English at UC Berkeley
"The Conditions of Knowledge of Asian/American Literature"
Monday, May 16, 2011
Royce Hall 306
The seminar is based on two essays that are available by email to dacia at humnet.ucla.edu<mailto:dacia at humnet.ucla.edu>.
Colleen Lye is Associate Professor of English at UC Berkeley. Her book, America's Asia: Racial Form and American Literature, 1893-1945 ( Princeton UP 2005) was the recipient of the Cultural Studies Book Award (first prize) by the Association of Asian American Studies, a finalist for the John Hope Franklin Prize by the American Studies Association, and selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title. Her other works include Against the Day: The Struggle for Public Education in California (SAQ special issue, co-edited with Christopher Newfield) and Forms of Asia (Representations special issue co-edited with Christopher Bush). She is currently working on a new project on Asian American literary formation after the 1960s and its relationship to the globalization of knowledge economies.
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