January 21-23, 2013
“Frozen Time, Liquid Memories (1942-2012)”
A film by Dragan Kujundzic
Part one: “The Racija“; the Danube, Novi Sad, January 1942
Part two: “They Were Children“; Vel d’Hiv, Paris, July 1942
The footage filmed by Dragan Kujundzic commemorates the seventy years since the two round-ups of the Jews, one in Novi Sad (today Serbia) in January 1942, and the other in Paris in July 1942. In Serbian and French, with subtitles in English. The screening will be followed by the author’s explanation of the project.
For more information, contact Dr Dragan Kujundzic (firstname.lastname@example.org)
January 25, 2013
3-3:30pm, Center for African Studies, Grinter Hall, 404
Miles Larmer (University of Sheffield)
“Rethinking the Katanga Secession”
The event is free and open to public.
For more information contact Dr Luise White (email@example.com)
March 19, 2013
17th International Festival of Woman Composers, Baughman Center
For more information contact Dr Miriam Zach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wednesday, April 3, 3-5pm in Pugh Hall 212
David Wills, “From Point to Breathturn: Poetic Space in Cixous and Celan”
David Wills is professor of French and English at SUNY-Albany and a fellow of the London Graduate School. His major work, on the originary technicity or prostheticity of the human,is developed in Prothesis (Stanford, 1995), Dorsality (Minnesota, 2008), and in the forthcoming Inanimation. He has also co-authored or co-edited books on Thomas Pynchon, Derrida and film theory, deconstruction and the visual arts, and edited a text on Godard’s Pierrot le fou. He is translator of a number of works by Jacques Derrida, including The Gift of Death and The Animal That Therefore I Am, and Jean-Luc Nancy’s On the Commerce of Thinking.
The event is co-sponsored by the France-Florida Research Institute, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and German Foundation Fund.
Commemoration of 450 years of French History on the first Coast.