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GEMSS Faculty Lecture: Prof. Jan Miernowski (Dept of French & Italian)

Laughter in the Death Chamber: From Humanism to Posthumanism and Back with Plato, Houellbecq, and Montaigne

Event Details

Date
Thursday, February 6, 2020
Time
4-6 p.m.
Location
TITU , Union South
Description
The Graduate Early Modern Student Society (GEMSS) is proud to present a lecture by Professor Jan Miernowski (Dept of French & Italian), "Laughter in the Death Chamber: From Humanism to Posthumanism and Back with Plato, Houellbecq, and Montaigne."

This lecture is part of GEMSS' annual Faculty Lecture Series, which features a lecture by faculty at UW-Madison whose research focuses on aspects of Early Modernity. All are welcome to attend.
Cost
Free
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