History, Humanities and Languages Events
October 25, 2022
Guest speaker, Dr. Travis Alexander, Medical Humanities, Rice University
Write an original Calavertia (funny poem in rhyme dedicated to death and memory) in Spanish or English.
Submit it to Dr. Nowak by October 25, 2022.
Prizes for 1st, 2nd , and 3rd place winners announced on November 2nd in N930 at 6:00 p.m. Snacks served.
Visit the 5th Annual Day of the Dead Expo in the Spanish Lab, N930"
In honor of professor Dr. Padilla and various Hispanic authors
Expo is open to view October 24 - November 2, 2022.
Sponsored by Sigma Delta Pi, UHD Spanish and the Center for Latino Studies
Nostalgia to Resentment: The Weight of the Past in Nietzsche and Ourselves
A Lecture by Dr. Jason Kemp Winfree
April 5, 2022
Dr. Jason Winfree is the Chair and a philosophy professor in the Department of Philosophy and Modern Languages at Stanislaus State in California. Dr. Winfree's primary philosophical interests concern the intersection of three mutually determining issues: normalization, exclusion, and excess, and he considers how processes of normalization structure and regulate our values, discourses, and knowledge. Dr. Winfree will present research about the thematization of resentment in Nietzsche's work as a response to nostalgia, and a turn from the religious to the genealogical and political. There will be a Q&A session following the presentation.