Paola Rudan visits Duke for one-week residency
Paola Rudan, Senior Assistant Professor in History of Political Thought in the Department of History and Cultures at the University of Bologna, will have a one-week residency at Duke from November 13-17. Her residency is sponsored by the Academy of Global Humanities and Critical Theory, (AGHCT), a partnership between Duke University, the Department of History and Cultures at the University of Bologna, and the University of Virginia. AGHCT developed from a joint initiative in international education, the Summer School on Global Studies and Critical Theory, which had its fourth iteration in 2017.
Dr. Rudan will deliver a public lecture at the Franklin Humanities Institute at 4pm at November 15, 2017, titled: "The Excentrical Center: From the Feminist Critiques of Modern Political Subject to the Epistemological Privilege of 'Woman.'" Please join us for the talk, followed by a reception!
Dr. Rudan is also available to meet with faculty and students. Her subject areas include: the history of political thought, global history of social and political concepts, and feminist critiques of social and political thought. If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Rudan during her residency, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a date and time.