CHSS Dean's Lecture Series


Previous Events


Tuesday March 14, 2017
Will it go round in Circles? Sustaining the Narrative in Pan’s Labyrinth and Inception.
Erin Sledd
Lecturer of English

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Thursday February 9, 2017
Hidden Geographies of Beer
Dr. Nancy Hoalst Pullen
Associate Professor of Geography
Dr. Mark W. Patterson
Professor of Geography


Thursday September 20, 2016
Parental Desires Among Young Gay Men
Dr. Dan Farr
Lecturer of Sociology


Tuesday March 8, 2016
The Venerable Blind-Donkey: The Philosophical Poetry of Ikkyū Sōjun 休宗純
Dr. Andrew Whitehead
Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Tuesday February 25, 2016
Assessing Ourselves: What Do Students Really Think About Democratic Learning and Writing
Dr. Jeanne Bohannon
Assistant Professor of DWMA


Thursday September 10, 2015
Factors that Influence Achievement in the Undergraduate Social Science Research Methods Course
Dr. Gail Markle
Assistant Professor of Sociology


Thursday, April 2, 2015
Humanities and Social Sciences: The College That Works
Dr. Cindy Bowers
Assoc. Prof. Department of English; President, Faculty Senate


Wednesday March 19, 2014
Translating Trauma: A collaborative Project on Poet Amelia Rosselli
Dr. Federica Santini (KSU)
Associate Professor of Italian
Dr. Thomas E. Peterson (UGA)
Professor of Italian


Wednesday October 16, 2013
Holy Warriors & Regional Systems: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Historic Religious-Military Orders in Medieval Europe, Japan, North America, and the Middle East
Dr. Wayne Van Horne
Associate Professor of Anthropology


Thursday November 14, 2013
Fractal Divinity: Rethinking Religiosity through Early Chinese and Western Sources
Dr. David Jones
Professor of Philosophy


Wednesday April 3, 2013
Pension Reform Through Nationalization
Dr. Barbara Neuby
Professor of Public Administration


Thursday November 15, 2012
From Modern to Postmodern: The Paradigm Shift in Iberian Society and Poetry
Dr. Robert Simon
Associate Professor of divish and Portuguese


Wednesday October 10, 2012
Post-Liberalism: The Death of a Dream
Dr. Melvyn Fein
Professor of Sociology


Wednesday, April 4, 2012
The Information Revolution of Early Modern Europe
Dr. Paul M. Dover
Associate Professor of History


Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Forgotten Foes of Independence: Loyalists, African Americans, and Native Americans in the Revolutionary South
Dr. Jim Piecuch
Associate Professor of History


Thursday November 17, 2011
The King Whisperers: Power Behind the Throne from Rasputin to Rove
Dr. Kerwin Swint
Professor of Political Science


Wednesday October 12, 2011
Success and Failure Cases of U.S. Companies in China: UPS v. Home Depot
Dr. May H. Gao
Inaugural Lecture
Associate Professor of Communication and Coordinator, Asian Studies Program