Time in Cultural History: An International Symposium

16 Jan 2023 01.00 PM - 05.00 PM Hybrid Alumni, Current Students, Industry/Academic Partners, Prospective Students, Public

This is a hybrid seminar.

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Panel 1: Time in Literature, Theatre, Government, and the Everyday (1:00-3:00 pm)

“Sentimental Time and Unsentimental Women in Antebellum Literature: An Uncomfortable Look at Politics of Dissent” 
Charlotte Hand (University of Oxford, DPhil Candidate in English) 

“Seven-Day Rhythms and the Concept of the Everyday in U.S. History” 
Prof. David Henkin (University of California at Berkeley, History)

“Accounting for the Time: Political, Fiscal, and Tax Years in Antebellum America” 
Prof. Alexis McCrossen (Southern Methodist University, History)

“The Clock on Stage” Assistant 
Prof. Kevin Riordan (NTU, English)

Panel 2: Time and Religious Contest (3:20-5:00 pm)

“Secular Time and the Contested Origins of American Religious Liberty”
Assistant Prof. Christopher Trigg (NTU, English)

“Time and Coercion in the Great Awakening Prison” 
Assistant Prof. Justin Clark (NTU, History)

“‘Again You Will Plant Vineyards’: Prophecy, Jewish Settlement and Temporal Dissonance in the Occupied West Bank.” 
Assistant Prof. Ian McGonigle (NTU, Sociology)