Colloquium Schedule 2017-2018

(Held in ISM Great Hall unless otherwise noted.)

Sept. 6

Introductions

Sept. 13

Antonio Feros​, Associate Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania
Speaking of Spain: Past and Present

Sept. 20

ISM Fellows

Sept. 27

Maria J. Feliciano, Lecturer in Religion and Visual Culture; ISM Study Trip Coordinator
Mudejar Art

Oct. 4

Presentation Workshop

Oct. 11

Lorenzo F. (Frank) Candelaria, Associate Provost and Professor of Music History and Literature, The University of Texas at El Paso
From Spain to ‘New Spain’
Oct. 18 No Colloquium - YDS Reading Period and Convocation

Oct. 25

Pamela Patton, Director, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University
Living with Others: Art in Medieval Iberia

Nov. 1

Antonio Carreno-Rodriguez, Associate Professor of Spanish,  George Mason University
Gypsy Lives Matter: Garcia Lorca’s Avant-Garde Ballads and the Spanish Civil War
Nov. 8 Laura Worden & Josiah Hamill: Artistic Identity within the Japanese-American Internment Camp at Manzanar
​Hedy Bok & Addy Sterrett: In search of interreligious and intercultural unity–non-dualist consideration in Tagore’s music and poetry

Nov. 15

Sally Hansen & Will Doreza: Path of Miracles: Medieval Pilgrimage in New Music
Michael Kurth & Nicholas Quardokus: Swell the Full Chorus: The Hymnal 1982
Nov. 22 No Colloquium - Thanksgiving Recess
Nov. 29 Hans-Jacob Schmidt & Octavia Houha-McAloonThe Body Responds: Frisson and ASMR
​Elizabeth Bickley & James Reese: Between Democratically and Divintely Chosen Authority: Use of Sacred Symbols and Performance in American Presidential Inaugurations

Dec. 6

Small Group Discussions

Jan. 17
Louise Stein, Professor of Musicology, University of Michigan
Music of the Spanish Golden Age

Jan. 24

Jonathan Sanchez & Joseph Kemper: Steve Reich’s “The Cave”
Emily Wing & Bradley Sharpe: The Religious Magic of Hugo Ball (1916)

Jan. 31

Cynthia Robinson, Professor of History of Art and Visual Studies, Cornell University
Immaculate Conceptions: Incarnations, Incarnationism and Palm Trees

Feb. 7

Susan Boynton, Professor of Music, Historical Musicology, Columbia University
The Old Hispanic Chant and the Cantigas de Santa María in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period

Feb. 14

No Colloquium - YDS Reading Period

Feb. 21

Kathleen Kilcup, Simon Lee, Abigail StorchImitatio Christos: Beauty Interrupted
Janet Yieh

Feb. 28

George Greenia, Professor Emeritus of Modern Languages, and Founder, Institute for Pilgrimage Studies, College of William and Mary
Sojourn to Santiago: Medieval Pilgrim, Modern Trekker

March 7

Luce Lopez-Baralt, Professor Emerita of Spanish and Comparative Literature, University of Puerto Rico
“Spain is Different”: The Cultural, Historical and Religious Uniqueness of Early Modern Spain

March 14, 21

No Colloquium - Spring Recess

March 29

Aaron Wong, Gabriel Benton & Megan McDermottBlended Worship: The Best of Both Worlds
David McNeil

April 4

Andrew Hendrixson
Samuel Stella

April 11

Amy Giuliano
Matthew Sullivan

April 18

Small Group Discussions

April 25 Study Trip Preparation