"Think Transatlantic" Campus Conference

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Date: 10/29/2012

Time: 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM (CST)

Location: Oxford Campus, Croft Room 107

Campus NewsCampus News: The 'Think Transatlantic' conference will feature presentations by UM faculty and written work by students. Monday, Oct. 29 in Croft 107.

Open to the Public

Full details:

The Croft Institute, Department of Modern Languages, and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany are proud to host a campus conference on the theme "Think Transatlantic" on Monday, October 29 from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. in Croft 107. The conference will feature work by UM faculty and students. Our speakers are:

Kurt Smith, Mod. Languages: "German Militarism: from the Cold War to the War on Terror" (4:45)

Corina Petrescu, Mod. Languages: "Heil Kaiser Hitler!: Ethnic German Identity in Eginald Schlattner's Der geköpfte Hahn (5:10)

Alice Cooper, Political Science: "Transatlantic GMOs: European resistance to American genetically modified foods." (5:45)

Marc Lerner, History: "William Tell in a Transatlantic Perspective" (6:10)

Esays and concept papers by undergraduates will be on display before, between, and after the presentations. The event is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served.


For assistance related to a disability, contact: Chris Sapp

Event posted by: csapp@olemiss.edu