Sarah Hutton, a pioneer of the study of early modern women philosophers and scientists, explores some of the ways in which early modern and Enlightenment women conceived of liberty and equality, especially the notion that to think is to be free.
George Varsos (University of Athens, Princeton University) discusses a comparative approach to translating Homer into modern languages.
Most cite mass migration across the Atlantic as the most important argument in support of the theory of mobility transition, but Professor Lucassen will reveal a more nuanced picture, offering a differentiated model that links mobility to larger processes of social, cultural, and economic change.
Translator and translation theorist Lawrence Venuti (Temple University) discusses the theoretical and practical issues raised by intertexuality by exploring three distinct works.
**CANCELED (Mar. 29)**
The Barnard Center for Translation Studies presents an evening with the acclaimed poet, translator and critic Rosmarie Waldrop.
The Barnard alumna and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and columnist offers a unique perspective on the provocative topic.