Annual Distinguished Lecture
Previous FHI Annual Distinguished Lectures:
2010: Pauline Yu, "'An Opportunity to Teach and to Lead': The Humanities Today"
2009: Homi Bhabha, "Also, I Know That a Man Can Become of an Incredible Wickedness Very Suddenly": Time, Agency, and the Banality of Evil"
2008: Roger Chartier, "Cardenio between the Sierra Morena, Whitehall and Parisian Stages"
2007: Anthony Appiah, "West of What?"
2006: Isaac Julien, "Somewhere Else: Theorizing the Making of True North, Fantôme Afrique, and Baltimore"
2005: Mieke Bal, "Making and Understanding: Video and Migration"
2004: Romila Thapar, "Cultural Pasts: History and Beyond"
2003: Emory Elliott, "National Dreams and Rude Awakenings: The American Myths of Isolation and Innocence"
Between 2003 and 2008, the FHI Annual Lecture was supported by the Mellon Foundation.