Please join us for this year's Works-in-Process Lunch Series:
October 27: Shenila Khoja-Moolji, APC and DCC Post-Doctoral Fellow (Discussants: Jamal J. Elias and Sigal Ben-Porath)
- Towards a Genealogy of
the Educated Muslim Woman/Girl in Colonial India and Postcolonial
November 7th: Megan Robb, Religious Studies (Discussants: Fariha Kahn and Kathy Brown)
- Urban Emotions in Seclusion: An Early-Twentieth Century Muslim Wedding in Shahjahanabad.
February 9: Mona Morgan-Collins, APC Visiting Scholar & Post-Doctoral Fellow, Political Science (Discussants: Marc Meredith and Kathy Brown)
- Votes for and by Women: Re-examination of the Traditional Gender Voting Gap.
March 21 Eva Del Soldato, Italian Studies (Discussants: Emily Wilson and Ann Moyer)
- If Aristotle were alive. The history of an expression.
April 12: Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, History of Art (Discussants: TBA)
- We will be discussing Dr. Shaw's TCPW Faculty Research Grant funded research: Reviving May Howard Jackson
Location: GSWS Conference Room, 3810 Walnut
APC Faculty Works-in-Process Lunches are a forum for Penn faculty and other scholars to present and receive feedback on their work in an informal setting. Those who attend the seminar will receive a copy of the "work-in progress" ahead of time. At the session, two respondents speak briefly (5-10 minutes) about the paper and then the session will be opened for discussion. Please let us know if you are interested in scheduling a WiP Seminar.