News and Announcements
Two new books by David Goldstein
Former IRH Solmsen Fellow and Association Professor of English (York University) has published two new books: Eating and Ethics in Shakespeare’s England and Laws of Rest: Poems.
Spring 2014 Faculty Development Seminar: Machiavelli at 500
Kristin Phillips-Court, Associate Professor, Department of French and Italian
Daniel Kapust, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Machiavelli’s Prince was completed 500 years ago, and it – along with its author and his works – has been the subject of controversy ever since. The project of the seminar is a study of Machiavelli’s major writings, with some attention to their reception. Why has Machiavelli been so controversial, and what are these controversies? Download the full description here.
Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen wins American Historical Association book prize
IRH Resident Faculty Fellow Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen (Merle Curti Associate Professor of History) was recently awarded the 2013 John H. Dunning Prize for her book, American Nietzsche: A History of An Icon and His Ideas. Read the full story here.
New edited collection by Névine El Nossery
UW Professor and former IRH Fellow Névine El Nossery (French) has published, with Amy L. Hubbell (French, University of Queensland), The Unspeakable: Representations of Trauma in Francophone Literature and Art. Read about the collection here.
Janet Downie publishes At the Limits of Art
Former IRH Fellow Janet Downie (Classics, Princeton University) has published her book, At the Limits of Art: A Literary Study of Aelius Aristides' Hieroi Logo, through the Oxford University Press. Read about her book here.
February 3, 2014
3:30P.M. - 5:00P.M.
212 University Club Building
Michael Y. Bennett, English, UW-Whitewater