Sabbatical Speaker Series
Life, Death, and All That Jazz: Bob Fosse and the Hollywood Renaissance of the 1970s-Professor Dennis Bingham

There is more to Bob Fosse (1927-1987) than derby hats and finger snaps. How did Fosse change Hollywood cinema and American culture in ways, which though not always positive, have been lasting and pervasive?     RSVP: with Dennis Bingham talk in the subject line.

December 5, 2014
Sabbatical Speaker Series
Fatherhood in the Workplace: Lessons from Sweden

Linda Haas explores the topic of gender equality in parenting as part of the IUPUI Sabbatical Speaker Series. In 1974, Sweden became the first society to offer fathers paid parental leave, in pursuit of the goal of gender equality. Learn how corporate cultures support or undermine father’s participation in early …

March 14, 2014
Sabbatical Speaker Series
Argentine Writers in the U.S.: The Dialectics of Migration and Exile

Join Rosa Tezanos-Pinto as she explores the sentiment of displaced Argentine writers as part of IUPUI’s Sabbatical Speakers Series. Compelled to leave their homeland to settle in the U.S., Argentine writers express the conflicts of relocation, exile and displacement among twentieth-century migrants.

March 11, 2014
Sabbatical Speaker Series
Molasses, Stranded Ships and 100 Dead Mules: American Legal History of the 1820s

Elizabeth Brand Monroe explains the American legal history in the 1820s as part of IUPUI’s Sabbatical Speaker Series Spring lineup. When America was still young, and pirates roamed the Atlantic, U.S. Attorney General William Wirt, like many of his contemporaries, juggled a diverse and amazing caseload. Hear more about American …

February 4, 2014