Tuesday Lunch Series

Upcoming Events

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Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
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Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
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Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
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Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
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Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall
About the Series

 

All members of the General and Emeriti Faculty, and Supportive Operating Staff are welcome to participate in the Tuesday Lunch series. This series is a wonderful way to interact with colleagues and learn about their work. Feel free to either bring a lunch or purchase the lunch buffet , which is subsidized by the Provost’s Office.

The Tuesday Lunch Series takes place every Tuesday from 12:30p.m. - 1:20p.m. In Knobel Hall, located in the Burton D. Morgan center.

Series Archives

2018 - 2019

Laura Russell presents "Qualifying suspicious illnesses: How citizen scientists organize to legitimize undiagnosable health conditions."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series features Martha Smith Roberts "Hula Hoops and Spiritual Communities: Popular Culture as New Religious Movement."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series features Sky Anderson (128031)

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series presents, "The Labor of Playing Video Games: How Playing Games Functions as a Form of Work."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch presents Wei-Ting Yen (128023)

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch presents "Unpooling Risk: Income Instability and Supports for Social Insurance in Developing Countries."

‘Framing and Re-Framing the Addiction Crisis in Ohio’ (128019)

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Jack Shuler and Susan Kennedy presenting "Framing and Re-Framing the Addiction Crisis in Ohio."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series presents Rebecca Homan (128020)

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Rebecca Homan presenting "Quiet neighbors with thin skin: why we should care about Spotted Salamanders."

2017 - 2018

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "The Racial Politics of 'Japan’s Invisible Race'."

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "The Once and Future Library" with BethAnn Zambella, director of libraries at Denison.

‘Rethinking International Trade’ (102967)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Value-added Erosion in Global Value Chains: Rethinking International Trade."

‘Translating the Translators’ (102969)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Translating the Translators: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Arabic NT of Medieval Iberia."

‘Where No Black Woman Has Gone Before’ (102970)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Where No Black Woman Has Gone Before: Subversive Portrayals in Speculative Film and TV."

‘Sisterhood and Strife’ (102971)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Sisterhood and Strife: The Making and Unmaking of the National Black Women's Health Project."

‘Teaching in Rome: No Classroom Required’ (102966)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Teaching in Rome: No Classroom Required."

Book Launch and Reading: Professor Diana Mafe (103074)

Denison professor Diana Adesola Mafe reads from her new book "Where No Black Woman Has Gone Before: Subversive Portrayals in Speculative Film and TV."

‘Educating Activists’ (102974)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Educating Activists: The South African Education Program on Denison's Campus, 1982 to 1990."

‘LooKING for Richard III’ (102968)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "LooKING for Richard III: The Curious Case of a Geologist and an English professor."

‘Mexicanidad as Race, Gender, and Neoliberal Ideology’ (102792)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Mexicanidad as Race, Gender, and Neoliberal Ideology in Patricia Riggen's 'La misma luna/Under the Same Moon.'"

‘Acting Together: A Performative Theory of Solidarity’ (102541)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Acting Together: A Performative Theory of Solidarity."

‘Radio MD’ (101197)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Radio MD: Quacks, the AMA and the Radio Industry in the 1920s and '30s."

‘Problems for Pythagoreans’ (101184)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Awfully Abstract Stuff: Problems for Pythagoreans."

‘Epigenetics’ (101185)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Epigenetics: The Party-Planning Guide of Genetic Inheritance."

‘Imagining the Protestant Reformation’ (101186)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Imagining the Protestant Reformation, 500 Years Later."

‘Service Learning on a Global Scale’ (101187)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Service Learning on a Global Scale: Experiences partnering with a STEM program in Africa."

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "In the Country of the Undone: A poetics of mental illness."

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Joe Biden Grabs Back: Gender, Anger and Internet Memes after the 2016 Election."

‘Discovering Martinican Identities’ (101177)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Discovering Martinican Identities: A Collective and Individual Journey."

‘Madison’s Nightmare’ (101178)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Madison's Nightmare: Trumpvangelicals and the Decline of Religious Influence."

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "The Origin of Fire and Fury: Between Christian Triumphalism and America's Forgotten War."

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents "Sanctuary Cities: The View from Medieval Ireland."

2016 - 2017

‘Should Colleges Have Safe Spaces and Trigger Warnings?’ (87776)

The Tuesday Lunch Series presents Denison Debates, hosted by Adam Davis, discussing the topic "Should Colleges Have Safe Spaces and Trigger Warnings?"

‘Project Based Learning through The Billboard Project’ (87777)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Sheilah Wilson, associate professor of studio arts, presenting "Project Based Learning through The Billboard Project."

‘Sovereignty and White Supremacy in the Wake of the Charleston Massacre’ (87778)

Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Pool, professor of political science, presenting "Sovereignty and White Supremacy in the Wake of the Charleston Massacre."

‘On Not Being Sure’ (87779)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Steve Vogel, professor of philosophy, presenting "On Not Being Sure."

‘Eight Years of Piloting Advising Circles’ (87780)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Mark Moller, dean of first-years, presenting "Eight Years of Piloting Advising Circles: What Have We Learned So Far?"

‘The Crisis in American Law Enforcement’ (87781)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Denison Life Trustee Dr. David Bayley '55, presenting "The Crisis in American Law Enforcement."

‘The Impact of Presidential Policy on US Foreign Policy’ (87782)

Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Katz, professor of political science, presents "Understanding the Impact of Presidential Personality on US Foreign Policy."

Denison Global Fellows (87783)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Jack Shuler presenting "Denison Global Fellows: Hosting and Learning from Refugees."

‘Taking Gameplay Seriously’ (87768)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Sky LaRell Anderson, "Taking Gameplay Seriously: How Interactivity, Narrative, and Player Communities Come Together."

‘Taking The Discovery of Pulque on Tour’ (87769)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Alexis Clark, visiting assistant professor, presenting "Taking The Discovery of Pulque on Tour."

‘Educational Reform in Finland: Policies and Visions’ (87770)

Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Taina Wewer, Fulbright Scholar in Residence, presenting "Educational Reform in Finland: Policies and Visions."

‘The Aesthetics of Sustainable Living’ (87765)

The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Jonathan Maskit, assistant professor of philosophy, presenting "The Aesthetics of Sustainable Living."

Student Leadership at Denison: Diversity and Inclusion (86082)

The Lunch Series presents "Diversity and Inclusion in Student Leadership at Denison: An Intercultural Excursion in Search of Best Practices."

‘Zentangle: Doodles for Fun or Something More?’ (86083)

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Cynthia Turnbull, professor of theatre, presenting "Zentangle: Doodles for Fun or Something More?"

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Megan Hancock, curator of education a presenting "I See What You Mean: Visual Literacy at the Denison Museum."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Rebecca Kennedy, presenting "Learning about the Present by Reacting to the Past."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Luis Villanueva presenting "Why More Exports Does Not Always Mean More Economic Growth?"

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Nausica Marcos Miguel presenting "Corpus, Corpuses y Corpora: Working with Language Variation in the Classroom."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Micaela Vivero presenting "Artwork Created During an Artist Residency in Carmac, Marnay-sur-Seine, France."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Dick Shiels presenting "Golfers, Indians and UNESCO: World Class Earthworks in Central Ohio."

The Tuesday Faculty Lunch Series welcomes Arfa Sayeda Zehra, Forman Christian College in Pakistan, presenting "Gender in Islam and How it is Perceived..."