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The Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities

The 2002 Institute

Innovations: Text, Technologies and New Media in

Ancient Worlds and Contemporary Cultures

June 25 - August 22, 2002

Overview | Faculty | Students | Schedule | Symposium

2002 Schedule

WEEK 1 - Text

Tuesday, June 25th - Institute Orientation: Introductions and Preliminary Discussion on the Theme of the Institute

Wednesday, June 26th - An Exploration of Text 4:00 - 6:00 - First showing of Nostalgia - Mary Gates Hall, Room 295. You are required to view this film on one of the two days it will be shown during the first week of the Institute.

Thursday, June 27th - A Continued Exploration of Text
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea
4:00 - 6:00 - Second showing of Nostalgia - Mary Gates Hall, Room 295.

WEEK 2 - Technologies and New Media

Tuesday, July 2nd - An Exploration of Technologies and New Media
3:00 - 4:00 Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, July 3rd - A Continued Exploration of Technologies and New Media

Thursday, July 4th - NO CLASS - Happy Fourth of July!

WEEK 3 - Innovations

Tuesday, July 9th - An Exploration of Innovation
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, July 10th - Seminar Sessions: Presentation of Project Proposal Draft and Bibliography

Thursday, July 11th - Student Led Seminar Sessions

WEEK 4 - The Methods and Challenges of Research in the Arts and Humanities

Tuesday, July 16th - An Introduction to the Research Interests of the Institute Faculty: The Methods and Challenges of Research within Represented Disciplines
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, July 17th - Experience as Exploration: Institute Participants Attend Arts Festival Events and Selected Lectures (Specific events, locations, and times TBA)

Thursday, July 18th - Student Led Seminar Sessions and/or Arts Festival Events.

WEEK 5

Tuesday, July 23rd - An Interdisciplinary Conversation and/or Individual Meetings with Faculty
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, July 24th - Seminar Sessions

Thursday, July 25th - Student Led Seminar Sessions

WEEK 6

Tuesday, July 30th - Individual Meetings with Faculty
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, July 31st - Seminar Sessions

Thursday, August 1st - Student Led Seminar Sessions

WEEK 7

Tuesday, August 6th - Individual Meetings with Faculty
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, August 7th - Seminar Sessions

Thursday, August 8th - Student Led Seminar Sessions

WEEK 8

Tuesday, August 13th - Formal Defense
3:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Tea

Wednesday, August 14th - Formal Defense

Thursday, August 15th - Formal Defense

WEEK 9

Tuesday, August 20th - Closing Session of the Institute

Wednesday, August 21st - Independent Student Preparation Day: no formal session scheduled

Thursday, August 22nd - The Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities' First Annual Undergraduate Symposium, Mary Gates Hall Room 389

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