On behalf of the Executive Committee of the Master of Arts in Comparative Humanities, it is my pleasure to invite you to the first annual MACH Capstone Symposium, to be held on Thursday, May 1, at 1:00 pm, in Shiffman 219.
Please join us to celebrate the achievements of MACH’s inaugural class, whose members will briefly present their capstone work, to be followed by discussion. Here is the program:
- Andrew Bethke, “Imperial Ontology: Exploring a Form/Content Divide of the High British Empire”
- Jessica Gokhberg, “There is No ‘Global Gay’: The Evolution of the Russian (Homo)Sexual Subject and its Dissolution in 21st-Century Political Rhetoric”
- Jingqi Zhang, “Chinese Chinoiserie across the Atlantic through the China Trade”
- Tao Zhang, “Kafka’s The Trial: Another Transformation”
Coffee, tea, and desserts will be served.
Please contact David Powelstock (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.