Monday Musings

Upcoming Events

About the Series 

Highlighting Accomplishments

Hosted by the Lisska Center for Scholarly Engagement, each Musings is a series of late afternoon presentations by faculty members or students who have recently made a remarkable accomplishment in their academic fields and would like to share the experience with the Denison community. Musings is open to all members of the Denison community. Refreshments are served.

Reservations can be made by contacting Cookie Sunkle

Series Archives

2017 - 2018

Monday Musings: ‘From Gregorian Chant to Sore Knees’ (102530)
December 4, 2017

Professor Anthony Lisska presents a Monday Musings talk titled "From Gregorian Chant to Sore Knees: The Story of a Pre-Vatican Monk!"

November 13, 2017

Professors May Mei and Sam Cowling present a Monday Musings talk titled "Ways to Worry About Mathematical Explanation."

Monday Musings: ‘1917 and the Autumn of the Great War’ (102043)
October 30, 2017

Catherine Dollard, associate provost and associate professor of history, presents a Monday Musings talk titled "1917 and the Autumn of the Great War."

Monday Musings Talk: ‘Can a Novel Be A Fugue?’ (101754)
October 2, 2017

Professor Margot Singer, author of "Underground Fugue," presents a Monday Musings talk titled "Can A Novel Be A Fugue?"

2016 - 2017

Monday Musings Talk: ‘Golfers, Indians and UNESCO’ (90763)
April 3, 2017

Dick Shiels, visiting assistant professor of religion, presents "Golfers, Indians and UNESCO: World Class Earthworks in Central Ohio."

Monday Musings Talk: Biology and Poetry (88265)
March 6, 2017

Denison faculty member Andy McCall gives a Monday Musings talk about his experiences with poetry and biology.

‘Doing Political Economy in a Turbulent Society’ (87933)
February 13, 2017

Professor Sohrab Behdad gives a Monday Musings Talk titled "Doing Political Economy in a Turbulent Society: A Personal Narrative."