University of Pittsburgh

Past Fellows

2010-2011 Academic Year

External Fellows

Residential Fellows:

Elizabeth Otto, Assistant Professor of Visual Studies at SUNY Buffalo.

Elizabeth Otto's university Web site

Sharon Kinoshita, Professor and Graduate Program Director of the UC Santa Cruz Literature Department.

Sharon Kinoshita's university Web site

Short-term Fellows:

November 3-4, Anthony Grafton, Henry Putnam University Professor of History at Princeton, gave a lecture and lead a colloquium discussion on his recent work. A reading group on his published work was held in October, the week before his visit.

Anthony Grafton's university Web Site

November 17-18, we welcomed Geoffrey Harpham, President and Director of the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. He gave a lecture titled "How America Invented the Humanities," and he lead a colloquium discussion on his recent work on the state of the Humanities.

Geoffrey Harpham's National Humanities Center Web Site

Judith Halberstam, Professor of English, American Studies and Ethnicity, and Gender Studies, at the University of Southern California, was in residence with us from January 27, 2011, to February 4. She gave two lectures and lead colloquia on her recent work on gender, sexuality, and power. Reading groups on her published work were held in January before her visit.

Judith Halberstam's university Web Site

Sylvia Molloy, Albert Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities at New York University, visited campus March 15-17, 2011.

Sylvia Molloy's university Web Site

From March 28 through April 1, 2011, Stanley Corngold, Professor Emeritus of German and Comparative Literature at Princeton, gave a lecture and conducted a series of colloquia.

Internal Fellows

Hermann Herlinghaus, Hispanic Languages and Literatures
Hermann Herlinghaus' departmental Web site

Lina Insana, Italian
Lina Insana’s departmental Web site

Clark Muenzer, German
Clark Muenzer’s departmental Web site

Courtney Weikle-Mills, English
Courtney Weikle-Mill’s departmental Web site

Events
Colloquium Series

Thursdays, 12:30-2:00 p.m.
602 Cathedral of Learning