Davis Seminar: Fall 2021 Schedule
Davis Center Seminar
The Shelby Cullom Davis Center Seminars present weekly programming on a variety of topics related to the Center's current theme. Visiting Fellows from academic institutions near and far help to create a rich understanding of the topic from diverse yet overlapping perspectives. The theme for the academic years 2020-21 and 2021-22 is “Revolutionary Change.”
Durba Mitra, Harvard University and Davis Fellow
"The Future That Was: Feminist Thought in the Decolonizing World, 1955-1995"
Commentator: Natasha Wheatley, Princeton University
Yair Mintzker, Princeton University
"I, Ahasverus: A Jewish-Israeli Story"
Commentator: Starry Schor, Princeton University
Charles Walker, University of California, Davis and Davis Fellow
"The Shining Path Guerrilla Movement in Peru"
Commentator: Jeremy Adelman, Princeton University
Katlyn Carter, University of Notre Dame
"Secrecy and Sovereignty in the Age of Revolutions"
Commentator: Michael Blaakman, Princeton University
Thomas Dodman, Columbia University and Davis Fellow
"When Émile Went to War: A Family Romance in the Age of Revolution"
Commentator: Flora Champy, Princeton University
Mona Oraby, Amherst College
Commentator: Bernard Haykel, Princeton University
Kevin Duong, University of Virginia
Commentator: Art Goldhammer, Harvard University
Bronwen Everill, University of Cambridge
Commentator: Emmanuel Kreike, Princeton University
Rohit De, Yale Univeristy
"Rights from the Left: Communism, Constitutionalism and Civil Liberties in Postcolonial South Asia"
Commentator: Amanda Lanzillo, Princeton University (Society of Fellows)
Asif Siddiqi, Fordham University and Davis Fellow
"Departure Gates: Space Age Infrastructures/Postcolonial Displacements"
Commentator: Peter Redfield, USC
Sujit Sivasundaram, University of Cambridge
"Waves Across the South: A New History of Revolution and Empire"
Commentator: David Bell, Princeton University
Christine Philliou, University of California, Berkeley
"Quiet Revolutions and the Ends of the Ottoman Empire"
Commentator: Michael Reynolds, Princeton University