Linfield Faculty Lecture Series

Linfield Faculty Lecture Series

 

Six times during each academic year at Linfield College, individual faculty members have the opportunity to share their professional work and interests with colleagues and the broader community through the Faculty Lecture Series. The lectures occur in September, October, November, February, March, and April.

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Lectures from 2017

Scenographic Illusions II: Designing for the Theatre, Tyrone Marshall

Symbiosis in the Sea: Studying Relationships between Marine Sponges and Marine Microbes, Jeremy Weisz

Lectures from 2016

What, If Anything, Is a Tyrannosaurus Rex?, Leonard Finkelman

Lectures from 2015

Stratospheric Ozone Depleting HCFC 142b, Ten Years Later: Global Warming Consequences, Alternatives and What's to Come, James J. Diamond

Making Paintings, Making Poems, Lex Runciman and Ronald Mills de Pinyas

Lectures from 2014

Old Witches and New Saints: The Supernatural in Modern Mexico, William Bestor

The Anxious Canon: Post 9/11 Literatures, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

From Clumsy Failure to Skillful Fluency: An East-West Analysis and Solution to Sport's Choking Effect, Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza

The Girl in the Pool and Other Problems: Excerpts from a Novel in Progress, Anna Keesey

Culture and the Global World: Educating the Citizen of the 21st Century, Violeta Ramsay

Lectures from 2013

Community Media in the 21st Century: Participatory Culture and the Revitalization of Democracy, Michael Huntsberger

"And We Had Fun, Fun, Fun . . ." Till We Went over the Net Energy Cliff: Cultural Aspects of the Twilight of the Petroleum Age, Thomas Love

Reducing Stigma toward the Transgender Community: An Evaluation of a Humanizing and Perspective-Taking Intervention, Tanya Tompkins

Lectures from 2012

X-treme Housing Assessment in Guatemala, Jeff Peterson

Eco-terrorism or Eco-tage: An Argument for the Proper Frame, David Sumner and Lisa Weidman