Midterms are in full swing and you still have to do the reading so you can write your paper for tomorrow…but you clearly came to Wesleying to research narrative trauma in postcolonial migration patterns. Without further ado, ladies, gentlemen and others, here is your procrastination du semestre:
Also, in keeping with last year’s post’s tradition, the Center for the Humanities themes for the next year are:
- Temporality: Stasis, Repetition, Transformation (Fall 2012)
- Emplacing the Local (Spring 2013)
You can read more about the CHUM themes here and see the courses here. It looks like the faculty fellows will be English professors Cohen, Garrett, and Karamcheti; Architecture professor Huge; and Philosophy professor Rouse.
Now, to pick ALL of my classes for the remainder of my college career…[Do note that classes are subject to change this early on in the process, and generally don’t include those that will be taught by visiting professors.]