Month: January 2012

Speculative Futures — Symposium II — “Security and Catastrophe”

Friday January 13th, 2012 |  McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB | 2–6 pm Catastrophic events produce radical uncertainty. The temporality of such events varies: they could be sudden, unexpected, but ever–possible (e.g. natural disasters or terrorist attacks) or protracted events

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2011-2012: Winter Quarter

ENGL 122NW: Cultural Representations: Narratives of War (Instructor: Rita Raley) This course examines twentieth-century narratives of war from the perspective of our contemporary moment. It thus does not aim to be historically comprehensive; instead our reading will be focused on certain

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