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Past Visiting Scholars (1997-1998)

ART HISTORY

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

MATILDA MATEO, Research Associate, U of C; Associate Professor of Art History, University of Vigo (Spain)

CLASSICAL LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

Autumn and Winter

FRITZ GRAF, Visiting Professor, U of C; Professor, Latin and Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean, University of Basel
Winter and Spring

SHADI BARTSCH, Visiting Professor, U of C; Associate Professor of Classics and Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

LAURA OTIS, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Assistant Professor, Department of English, Hofstra University; NEH Fellowship 1997-98: "The Cell and the Self: Identity in Literature, Science, and Politics"

CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

RHONDA MARTENS, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Ph.D. Philosophy Department, University of Western Ontario; Canada Council Research Grant for Research on Kepler

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

JOSEPH A. MURPHY, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Assistant Professor of Japanese Language & Literature, University of Florida

GERMANIC STUDIES

Autumn

DAVID J. LEVINE, Visiting Assistant Professor, U of C; Assistant Professor, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Columbia University

Spring

STEFANIE VON SCHNURBEIN, Wigeland Visiting Associate Professor for Norwegian and Scandinavian Studies, U of C; Habilitandin, Scandinavisches Seminar, Universitaet Goettingen

LINGUISTICS

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

MIGUEL LARRUSCAIN, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Associate Professor, Dept. of English Philology, Universidad Complutense, Madrid

MUSIC

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

EYTAN AGMON, Visiting Associate Professor, U of C; music theory, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Spring

LAWRENCE EARP, Visiting Associate Professor, U of C; late medieval music, University of Wisconsin, Madison

MARIO LAVISTA, Edward Laroque Tinker Professor (1998), sponsored by Center for Latin American Studies, U of C; noted Mexican composer

NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATIONS

Spring

DAVID FISHELOV, Visiting Professor in Modern Hebrew Literature, U of C; Senior Lecturer, Department of Comparative Literature, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

STEVEN HARVEY, Visiting Instructor in Egyptian Archaeology, U of C; Visiting Curator, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

KLAUS KREISER, Visiting Professor of Ottoman History, U of C; Professor and Chairman of Turkish Studies, Universitat Bamberg, Germany

ROBIN DARLING YOUNG, Visiting Associate Professor of Armenian Studies, U of C; Associate Professor, Department of Theology, Vatholic University of America, Washington, DC.

Spring and Summer

HIROSHI SUITA, Visiting Scholar in Egyptology, U of C; Associate Professor, Department of History and Geography, Faculty of Letters, Kansai University, Suita
City, Osaka, Japan

PHILOSOPHY

Autumn, Winter, and Spring

FREDRICK BEISER, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Professor, Department of Philosophy, Indiana University

Winter and Spring

ANDRE DUHAMEL, Visiting Scholar, U of C; Fellow, Deparment of Philosophy, University of Quebec at Montreal

ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

Spring

MARC FUMAROLI, Sara Lee Professor of Modern French Studies, U of C; Professor of Rhetorique et societe en europe (16th-17th siecles), College de France

MARIA ALZIRA SEIXO, Visiting Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, U of C; Professor and Dean, Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon

SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES & CIVILIZATIONS

Spring

D. R. NAGARAJ, Visiting Professor, U of C; Modern Indian culture and society, University of Bangalore

HARISH TRIVEDI, Visiting Professor, U of C; Hindi, modernity, and postmodernity, University of Delhi (second half of May)

 

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