CAL Faculty Colloquium, 2012-13


Each paper is a scholarly work in progress and is to be downloaded for the exclusive purpose of use at the CAL Faculty Colloquium. Please do not quote or cite the document without the express permission of the author.

September 11:
Scott Lunsford, Assistant Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication
“Rhetorics of Materiality: ‘Elmo’s World’ and the Ethos of Objects”

October 9:
Melinda Adams, Associate Professor of Political Science;
John Scherpereel, Associate Professor of Political Science;
and Suraj Jacob, Assistant Professor of Justice Studies
Tentative: “Global Gender Norm Diffusion and Women's Political Representation

November 6:
Melissa Aleman, Professor of Communication Studies
“What’s in a name?” Discourse Dependency in the Grandparent‐Grandchild Family”

January 22:
Peter Eubanks, Assistant Professor of French, in Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
"Beyond the Paratext: Literary Self‐Promotion in Jean Lemaire de Belges’s 1503 Temple d’Honneur et de Vertus

February 19:
Rob Alexander, Assistant Professor of Political Science
“The Role of Alaska Native Corporations in Collaborative Management of the Copper River Watershed, AK”

March 12: Edna T. Shaeffer Award Ceremony at 5:00PM in Taylor 404
2013 Award Announcement/2012 Research Presentations/Reception
 Dabney Bankert, Professor of English, “Joseph Bosworth and his Anglo‐Saxon Dictionary”
 Matthew Rebhorn, Associate Professor of English, “Minding the Body: Literary Production and Self‐Consciousness in Antebellum America”
 John Ott, Associate Professor of Art History, “Jacob Lawrence’s Vision of Desegregation of the Military and the Art World”

For additional information or to propose a paper for the 20132014 CAL Faculty Colloquium, contact Mary Gayne, colloquium coordinator/moderator.