Time:  12:00pm – 1:20pm Place:  East-West Center, Burns Hall 2012**



Fall 2004 Speaker Series

Cultural studies from/of the other side: 
Symptoms of our relationship with death



Wed. Sept. 1st – Peter Hoffenberg, History, UHM

“As Though You Suddenly Looked Out Upon the Birth of the World: Landscape, Memory and the Australian War Experience, 1915-1918”


Wed. Sept. 29th – Jon Goss, Geography, UHM
”Strange Visitations: The Ghost Tours of New Orleans”


Wed. Oct. 13th – Louise McReynolds, History, UHM

“Murder and Modernity in Late Imperial Russia”


Wed. Oct. 27th – Jodi Byrd, Political Science, UHM

"’Whisper in a Dead Man's Ear:’ 

Gunslingers, Vampire Slayers, and the Colonial Undead”


 Wed. Nov. 17th –Manfred Henningsen, Political Science, UHM

“Death and Memory in Germany”


Wed. Dec. 1st – Geoffrey White, Anthropology, UHM

“Local Disjunctions: Articulating Culture and Nation in a Recovering State


Wed. Dec. 8th – Markus Wessendorf, Theater and Dance, UHM

"Representations of Displacement and Diaspora in 'Local' Drama:

Edward Sakamoto’s Obake and Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl’s Ola Na Iwi"


Occasional Seminar

Wed. Oct. 6th - Heather Diamond, American Studies, UHM

American Aloha:

Hawai‘i at the 1989 Festival of American Folklife and the Politics of Tradition