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Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar 2018: Time



​​​Applications are extended to Friday, May 5, 2017

2017 Veritas Seminar Participants:   

Patrick Breen​ ​​​(Seminar Coordinator), History
Representations of Slavery: Finding the Truth in Nat Turner’s Revolt

Sarah Alhouti, Marketing
The Discovery of VERITAS through the Roles of Persuasion and Authenticity

Kara Cebulko, Sociology and Global Studies 
Who is American? Investigating the Competing Truths of Legal Exclusion and Cultural Inclusion for 1.5-generation Brazilians

Zophia Edwards, Sociology 
Veritas and Development: The Role of Racial Hierarchy in the Post-Colonial World

Catherine Gordon, Music
The Spirit Transformed: Women, Devotion, and Seventeenth-Century French Sacred Song

​​​​Anthony Jensen, Philosophy
Truth Conditions in Historiography 

Thea Riofrancos, Political Science
Constructing Veritas: Discourse, Interpretation, and Political Conflict

Tuire Valkeakari, English
Corporeal Truths: Narratives of Illness and Professional Caregiving in Contemporary American Autobiography​



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