Michael Schwager, (right) professor of art and director of the University Art Gallery, begins the series with his discussion, "Public Art: Context and Controversy." The event takes place Thursday, Feb. 10 from 12:05 p.m.-12:55 p.m. in Schulz 3001.
The spring lineup features the following faculty from the School of Arts and Humanities:
Parissa Tadrissi, professor of Spanish, discusses "Youth Literature in Spain: The Case of Care Santos"
Paul Draper, professor and chair of theatre arts, discusses "Tom Soppard's Rock 'N' Roll"
Jennifer Roberson, assistant professor of art history, presents "On the Way to Santiago de Compostela"
Robert Train, associate professor of Spanish, presents "Global Colonialities of Reduction: Inventing Spaces of Spanish Language Education in Early California"
Josh Glasgow, lecturer of philosophy, presents "What's So Special About Terrorism?"
Noelle Oxenhandler, assistant professor of English, and English M.A. students present their creative writing projects
For more information, contact the School of Arts and Humanities at 664-2146.