Faculty Spotlight: ACMRS Affiliate Francine McGregor

Francine McGregor is an Assistant Professor of English at West Campus' New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. She completed a PhD at the University of Connecticut, teaching at Eastern Illinois University and as a Visiting Professor at Harlaxton College in England before joining the faculty at ASU in 2015.

Faculty Spotlight: ACMRS Affiliate Dr. Sookja Cho

Dr. Sookja Cho is an Assistant Professor of Korean at Arizona State University’s School of International Letters and Cultures. She earned a doctorate in Chinese and Korean Comparative Literature from Washington University in St. Louis, as well as master’s and doctoral degrees in Chinese Language and Literature from Seoul National University in Korea.

Speaking of/under Surveillance

Lecture by Sylvia Tomasch of CUNY

Thursday, Mar. 16, 2017, 4:30 p.m.

Location: Language and Literature (LL) Room 316
Campus: Tempe campus
Price: Free of charge and open to the public

NEH Shakespeare Conference

Diversifying Shakespeare: Engaging Students beyond Boundaries

Background
The University of Arizona hosted First Folio! The Book that gave us Shakespeare February 15 – March 15, 2016. Exhibit programming support came from professors in multiple disciplines at University of Arizona (UA) and Arizona State University (ASU). Programming included lectures, concerts, plays, a “Saturday with Shakespeare” family event, a teachers’ workshop, and a companion exhibit in Special Collections.

Faculty Spotlight: ACMRS Affiliate R.A. Kashanipour

R.A. Kashanipour is a cultural historian and historical anthropologist of culture, knowledge, and power with particularly interests in indigenous peoples in the Spanish Atlantic world. His research explores the production of metaphysical knowledge and the epistemologies of experience of the early modern world and has published in the William & Mary Quarterly, Journal of Ecological Anthropology and Atlantic Studies.

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