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Past Visiting Scholars (2005-2006)

ART HISTORY

Tonia Eckfeld, Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Center for the Arts of East Asia
Arts of Tang Dynasty (Autumn 2005)

Jås Elsner, Visiting Professor, Corpus Christi College Fellow at Oxford
(Spring 2006)

Jessica Levin, Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow
Kings of Africa  (Autumn 2005)
Contemporary African Art (Winter 2006)

CLASSICS

Laura M. Slatkin, Visiting Professor in the Committee on Social Thought, New York University, Gallatin School

Jas Elsner, Visiting Professor in Art History, Corpus Christi College Fellow at Oxford.
(Spring 2006)

Glenn Most, Visiting Professor in the Committee on Social Thought

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

Neta Stahl
Representations of Jesus in Modern Jewish Literature (Autumn 2005)
Media Aesthetics (Autumn 2005)
Transformation of Biblical Narratives in Contemporary Hebrew Literature (Spring 2006)
Women in Modern Hebrew Literature (Spring 2006)

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

Yoshiko Watanabe, Visiting Lecturer in Japanese Language, East Asian Languages & Civilizations.

Jongyon Hwang, Visiting Professor Dongguk University, Seoul Korea
Korean Literature (Winter 2006)

Yue Meng, previously at University of California, Irvine
Chinese and Korean Literature (Spring 2006)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Rosamond King, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of English and at the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture
Race and Ethnicity in the Caribbean (Autumn 2005)

Jeffrey Masten, Associate Professor, Northwestern University
Early Modern Sexualities (Winter 2006)

Jim Powell, Sherry Poet and Visiting Lecturer in the Department of English
Seminar in the Practice of Poetry and Advanced Workshop in the Practice of Poetry (Autumn 2005)

Slavoj Zizek, Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jacques Lacan: A Lateral Introduction (Spring 2006)

GERMANIC STUDIES

Oliver Lubrich, Ph.D., Visiting Bosch Fellow
German Drama (Fall 2005)
Alexander Von Humbolt  (Fall 2005)

Dieter Mersch, Max Kade Visiting Professor (Spring 2006)

Stefanie von Schnurbein, Wigeland Visiting Professor (Spring 2006)

LINGUISTICS

Sergio Romero, University of Pennsylvania
K-iche-Maya (Winter & Spring 2006)

MUSIC

Steven Rings, Visiting Lecturer in Music Theory
New Testament & Early Christian Literature (Autumn 2005)

Jás Elsner, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Visiting Professor in Art History, Classics and New Testament and Early Christian Literature

Josh Tucker, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ethnomusicology (Autumn 2005)

Dick Lang, University of Illinois Chicago Emeritus
Jazz Improvisor (Spring 2006)

Bruno Nettle, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Modal Analysis (Spring 2006)

Louise Stein, University of Michigan
Music from 1600-1700 (Spring 2006)

NEW TESTAMENT AND EARLY CHRISTIAN LITERATURE

Jás Elsner, Corpus Christi College Fellow at Oxford
Visiting Professor of Art History, Classics and New Testament and Early Christian Literature (Spring 2006)

NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATIONS

Collin Haywood, University of London
History of Islamic Middle-East (Spring 2006)

PHILOSOPHY

For information on the Spring 2006 Philosophy Visiting Professors, please contact the Philosophy Department at (773) 702-8513. 

ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

Pedro Schachtt Pereira, Visiting Instructor; Mellon Portuguese Post-Doctoral Fellow  

Miguel Tamen, Visiting Professor, Universidade de Lisboa, Portuguese Literature, Professor of Literary Theory and Chair of the Program in Literary Theory, University of Lisbon

Marc Fumaroli, Annual Visiting Professor, French Literature and Social Thought, Collège de France, Paris

Francesco Bruni, Annual Visiting Professor, Italian Literature
Professor of History of the Italian language, University of Venezia, Ca’ Foscari

Jean Balsamo, Visiting French Professor, Université de Sevoie et Reins, Renaissance Literature  

Laura Barile, Fulbright Fellow

Carles Bartual-Martin, Visiting Catalan Lecturer Costa de Valencia
(Private Academy), Catalan Philology

Jean-Claude Bonnet, Visiting French Professor, Directeur de Recherche, Centre d'etudes de la langue et de la littérature du XVIIIe siècle (Paris IV, CNRS)

Patrick Dandrey, Visiting French Professor, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) French Literature

Luciano Garcia Lorenzo, Tinker Spanish Professor, Instituto Lengua Española Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spanish Literature (Theater)

Irene Landi, Pisa Exchange Lecturer, Università degli Studi di Pisa

Elisa Marti-Lopez, Visiting Spanish Professor, Northwestern University, Spanish Penisular Literature

Entienne Ollion, ENS Exchange, Ecole Normale Superíeure et á l'lnstitut d' Etudes Politiques (Paris)

Francesca L. Puggioni, Visiting Italian Lecturer, Instituto Tecnico Commerciale, English & Second-Language Acquistion  

Carme Riera, Visiting Professor, Catalan Studies, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Cristián Roa de la Carrera, Visiting Spanish Professor, University of Illinois, Chicago, Colonial Latin America Literature

SLAVIC LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

No visiting professors during the 2005-2006 academic year.

SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATIONS

No visiting professors during the 2005-2006 academic year.

DEPARTMENT ON VISUAL ARTS

Olivia Britt
Painter who works in oil and various mediums on papers. She has exhibited at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA, been published twice in the New American Paintings, and will exhibit her work this winter at the Francine Seders Gallery in Seattle, WA

Stephanie Brooks

Julia Hechtman
           
Judy Hoffman
Worked in film and video for over 25 years.  The first woman film Camera Assistant in Chicago, received the VOICE Media Activism Award from Chicago's Center for Community and Media in 1994, was a Visiting Artist at Middlebury College in 1997, and was the Guest Artist at the Big Muddy Film Festival in 1999.  Also served as Acting Director of The Documentary Center of Columbia College in 1996.

Kelly Kaczynski

Sarah Lewison
Interdisciplinary artist using single and multiple channel video, installation and socially situated performance in projects that articulate mediated power relations and the status quo roles of spectators, producers and raw materials. Her installation/performances have been seen in California, the east coast, Tijuana, Dusseldorf and Marseille, FR

Martin Patrick
Professor of Contemporary Art History at Illinois State University

Marcelino Stuhmer

Jonathan Van Dyke
1997- 2000 Served as Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Susquehanna Art Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

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