The OSU College of Arts and Sciences Inaugural lectures celebrate Arts and Humanities faculty who have been promoted to the rank of professor. All lectures are preceded by a reception and followed by Q&A and discussion.
Center for Folklore Studies Director Katherine Borland (Comparative Studies and Folklore) and Ana Puga (Theatre and SPPO) have been engaged in intersecting scholarly endeavors since their undergraduate days in Chicago. In this joint inaugural lecture, they will explore each other’s work on performance, migration, pilgrimage and solidarity activism across the borders of the Western Hemisphere. In person and via Zoom. Click here for more information.
4 - 6:00 pm (preceded by reception, lecture starts at 4:30)
Faculty Club Grand Lounge and via Zoom
Free and open to the public.