The DLCL's Distinguished
Lecture Series, sponsored by the Research Unit, brings world-renowned
literature and language scholars to Stanford. The series draws a wide
audience from across the DLCL, the Stanford campus, and the Bay Area.
The Distinguished Lecture Series is on hiatus
Claudia Brodsky, Princeton University,
"The Poetry of Thinking in Kant and Heidegger: 'Building' Critique
and the 'House of Being,'" March 8, 2005.
Andreas Huyssen, Villard Professor
of Germanic Languages, Columbia University, "Modernist Miniatures:
Literary Snapshots of Urban Spaces," May 6, 2004, and "Resistance
to Memory: A Case for Public Forgetting," May 7, 2004.
Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Distinguished Professor
of English, Criminal Justice and Political Science, University of
Illinois at Chicago, "One More Time: Tolerance, Free Speech,
Difference, Contingency, Truth, and Interpretive Communities Revisited,"
November 20, 2003, and "One More Time: Theory and Politics,"
November 21, 2003. Stanley Fish's visit was co-sponsored by the Stanford
Humanities Center and the Stanford Law School.
Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Comparative Literature,
and Divinity, University of Chicago, and Critical Inquiry
board member, "Thinking Rupture: 1848 in France," January
15 and 16, 2003.
Carlos Rincón, Professor of
Latin American Studies, Free University of Berlin, "Latinoamericanistas-Latinoamericanismos:
La situación de los estudios sobre América Latina,"
May 22, 2003, and "La Atenas Suramericana," May 23, 2003.
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Andreas Huyssen, May 2004
Stanley Fish, November 2003
Françoise Meltzer, January 2003
Carlos Rincón, May 2003