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Being a Hedgehog: Isolation, Creativity, and Destruction (Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference)
WhenSaturday, May 12, 2018, 8 a.m. – 7 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 two of an interdisciplinary graduate student conference investigating the nature of isolation and its changing role in the modern world. Panel discussions will be held throughout the day featuring graduate student presenters from a variety of disciplines and institutions. The event will close with a round table discussion highlighting the panelists work and their conclusions.

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