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Being a Hedgehog: Isolation, Creativity, and Destruction (Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference)
WhenFriday, May 11, 2018, 2:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Campus locationCommunications Building (CMU)
Campus roomCMU 202/204
Event typesConferences, Student Activities
Event sponsorsSimpson Center for the Humanities

(simpsoncenter.org), Alison Fiorenza (schadmin@uw.edu, (206) 543-3920)



Department of Germanics

(germanics.washington.edu), Brigitte Prutti (triest@uw.edu, (206) 543-4565)



Department of French & Italian

(frenchitalian.washington.edu), Geoffrey Turnovsky (gt2@uw.edu, (206) 543-6241)



Department of Comparative Literature, Cinema & Media Studies

(complit.washington.edu), Eric Ames (eames@uw.edu, (206) 543-7542)
Description

Day one of a two-day interdisciplinary graduate student conference investigating the nature of isolation and its changing role in the modern world. We will open with a brief welcome from the participating departments followed by a keynote speech from Kata Gellen, Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of German at Duke University.

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