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These are events sponsored wholly or in part by the Center for the Humanities.

SEPTEMBER

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Odds Bodkin Performance
"The Odyssey: Belly of the Beast"
7:00 PM, McGuire Hall

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

American Shakespeare Center Tour
"Wicked Folly Tour"
Macbeth,  Sense and Sensibility, and Taming of the Shrew
McManus Theatre, 7:00 pm

OCTOBER

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5

Francis Feast and Learn
Sustainability teach in and local foods dinner.
Thursday October 5 6:30PM McGuire Hall
RSVP: https://goo.gl/SBUPoF

Modern Languages and Fine Arts Music Event
Violeta Parra Concert with Alturas Duo and Alexandra Aubert- the ADAA Ensemble
7:30 pm, AWSC 4th Floor Progam Room

"Book Conversation & Celebration with Martin Camper and Marian Crotty”
Knott Hall B01, 6-8 pm

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7

Big Dig II: Student Presentations and Nachbahr Award Talk

These students who were awarded a CFH summer research fellowship grant to do 10 weeks of extended research on a top of their choosing will be presenting their work at 1:00 in 4th floor.
Matthew Rossi
“’A Humble Imitation’: Literary Appropriations of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale in Coleridge’s Zapolya”

Kelly Mueller
“Josephus and Flavian Rome: An Examination of the Effects of Flavian Roma on Flavius Josephus”

Hunter Flynn
“Power Lines: The York Road in Mason & Dixon”

2017 Nachbahr Award Talk:
Dr. Jean Lee Cole, English will present her talk “Diving into the Wreck”

Inas Hassan will be presented with the CFH Affiliate Teaching Award.
The talks will be followed by a reception with students, faculty and parents.
1:00 pm, 4th Floor Andrew White Center

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16

Dustin Dixon Lecture
“Classical Tragedy and Horror Films”
Monday, October 6, 2017
Knott Hall tba, 6:30 pm

MONDAY, OCTOBER 23

Fall Common Text Lecture Series: Genesis
Lecture by Ben Quash
"Building a Visual Catena: Two Case Studies from Genesis"
4:30 pm, McGuire Hall

MONDAY. OCTOBER 30

Fall Common Text Lecture Series: Genesis
Lecture by Benjamin Sommer
"Eve: Villain or Heroine?"
4:30 pm, McGuire Hall

Modern Languages Poetry Recitation Contest
6:00 pm, AWSC Reading Room

NOVEMBER

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1

Cardin Lecture:  “Spinoza on the Divinity of Scripture.”
Steven Nadler, Ph.D., William H. Hay II Professor of Philosophy, Evjue-Bascom Professor in Humanities, and Weinstein-Bascom Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will give the Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture  on Wednesday, November 1 at 6 p.m. in McGuire Hall. A Kosher reception will follow the lecture  Come and bring your classes.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8

2017 French Week: "The French Connection: A Story of Friendship"

•    Saturday, November 4, 6:00-7:15: Concert with Pierre-Nicolas Colombat et Eva Aronian. Alumni Chapel. Followed by a reception
•    Sunday, November 5, 3pm Mass, Alumni Chapel
•    Monday, Nov. 6, 7pm: Film La Vie et rien d’autre presented by André Colombat, LNDL Auditorium.
    http://www.allocine.fr/video/player_gen_cmedia=19446106&cfilm=64465.html
•    Wednesday, Nov. 8, 6pm Keynote Speaker, Mr. Claude Porsella, correspondent with the French Broadcasting system, RFI (Radio France Internationale),
     “The French 2017   Presidential Election: What Does it Mean for Franco-American relations?”. AWSC 4th floor program room
•    Saturday, November 11, 12-3pm: Excursion: “France meets Baltimore” and picnic. Departure from Jenkins Lot. Limited to 15 students, priority for students in French classes.
•    Book Display about French-American relations all week in the LNDL.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

Dario DiBattista Lecture
"Pathways to Peace: One Warrior's Journey to Literary Activism"
4:30 pm, KH B01

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Camila Daniels Lecture
"New Immigrants, Old Images: the Racial Representation of Latin American Immigrants in Brazil"
4:00 pm, Sellinger VIP Lounge

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Voice Master Class "Lead Sheets and Charts with Marc Irwin"
Jazz Pianist and Music Director Marc Irwin
The class will involve Loyola voice students learning to perform with a Jazz Combo on short notice using only lead sheets or music charts.
1:00 -4:00 pm, Black Box Theater

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Holocaust Museum Trip
contact Dr. Willeke Sandler, History

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Janet Stephens Lecture
"A Really Bad Hair Day in Rome: The Science behind Ovid's Amores 1:14"
7:00 pm, McGuire East

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15

Randa Fahmy Hadume Lecture
"A Seat at the Table for Arab and Muslim Americans"
4:30 pm, KH B01

DECEMBER

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10

Literary Feast  "Bohemianism in Modern Literature"
by invitation English Department

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12

Human Flow Film Screening
Documentary by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei
Introduced by Dr. Arthur Sutherland
Library Auditorium
time tba

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13

Workshop and Reading by Nahid Rachlin

Foreigner and Persian Girls
6:00 pm, Knott Hall B03

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22

Mark Bowden, Lecture and Q and A

"Battle of Hue"
Q&A moderated by Dr. Tom Scheye
6:30 pm, McGuire Hall

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 through FRIDAY, MARCH 2

Italian Week  "Florence: From Roman Camp to Modern City"

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Modern Masters Reading: Greg Howard
Howard will discuss his journey as a Loyola undergraduate (2010) to graduate school to the New York Times
6:00 pm, McManus Theater, Reception at 7:00 Julio Fine Arts Gallery

Ayendy Bonifcaio A reading, conversation and book signing
Dique Dominican (Supposedly Dominican)
7:00 pm, KH B03

MARCH

MONDAY and TUESDAY, MARCH 12 and 13

Incense Ceremony and Zen Master Talk
Incense Ceremonies in Fava Chapel by invitation on Monday
Zen Master Talks Tuesday at 10:50 and again in the evening.
Rooms and time tba

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
between 8 and 5 in McManus Theater

THURSDAY, MARCH 15

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
between 8 and 5:45 in McManus Theater

Humanities Symposium Keynote Address
Maurice Wallace, University of Virginia
"Good Religion and Bad Faith in the Age of Abolition: Frederick Douglass' Afro-Evangelicalism"
6:00 pm, McGuire Hall

FRIDAY, MARCH 16

Jenna Philips and Musicians form Peabody Conservatory
Lecture/Recital "Songs of the Troubadours and Trouveres"
2:30 pm, AWSC Reading Room

APRIL

THURSDAY, APRIL 5

Jessica Lamont Lecture
"Composing Curses in Classical Athens"
6:00 pm, Sellinger VIP Lounge

Modern Masters Reading: Richard Ford
5:00 pm, McManus Theater

SATURDAY, APRIL 7

Trip to Chesapeake Shakespeare Center
"The Winter's Tale"
Contact Dr.Miola for information and availability

TUESDAY, APRIL 10

Taylor Brorby Reading/Lecture "Coming Alive: Creative Expression and Literary Activism" time and place tba

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11

2018 Colloquium on Language, Literature and Society "The Pen as Sword"
Lectures by Julian Bourg, Zueping Zhong and Jamie Pensado

TUESDAY, APRIL 17

Vittorio Montemaggi Lecture and Faculty Seminar
"Dante's Divine Comedy"
4:30 pm, McGuire Hall

Writers at Work
Alisza Nutting: Reading
6:00 pm, KH B03

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

Evelyn Meyer Visit and Lecture
"Visualizing Gender, Rafe and the Other in Text and image in Medieval Texts"
Time and place tba

MONDAY, APRIL 23

Modern Masters Reading: Eliza Griswold: Poetry Reading
6:00 pm, McGuire West

MAY

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