Symposia and Colloquia

The annual Graduate Certificate Colloquium is only one of any number of events the Center will sponsor or co-sponsor annually. Partnering with other Rice Centers, such as the Humanities Research Center, and with organizations outside the University, the Center has begun to mount lectures, conferences, symposia, and the like related to its mission.

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 2017-2018  3CT Colloquium

Fall 2017 – Nov 1: “Lam Time: The Narrative Temporality of the Death Penalty”
David Wills
Professor, French Studies and Comparative Literature
Brown University

 

Graduate Seminar Lunch (3CT Grad Student’s only)
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm   Herring 255  (English Graduate Lounge)
“The Future Anterior of Blood”  
In the seminar I will contextualize Chapter 3 (“The Future Anterior of Blood”) within the larger book project it derives from, and discuss elements of the argument. The references to DP I and DP II are to the two volumes of Jacques Derrida, The Death Penalty (University of Chicago Press, 2013, 2017).
 
Colloquium (Public Lecture) 4:00 pm – 6:30pm Rayzor Hall Room 123
“Lam Time: The Narrative Temporality of the Death Penalty”  flyer attached