Mathey Lunch Talks - Fall 2015
September 30th (Wednesday): Introductory lunch: Come to (re)connect with other fellows and hear news of what's ahead in Mathey College in 2015 - 2016.
October 8th (Thursday) : Joe Stephens (Ferris Professor of Journalism, Washington Post)
Title: The Future of the News that Fuels Democracy.
October 14th (Wednesday): Eduardo Cadava (English, Head of Wilson College)
Title: Emerson on Race.
October 20th (Tuesday): Brian Herrera (Lewis Center, Theater)
Title: A Conversation about the History of Casting
November 11th (Wednesday): Kira Kay (Ferris Prof. of Journalism, Council for the Humanities, Bureau for International Reporting and PBS)
Title: Myanmar's Fragile Democratic Transition
November 18th (Wednesday): Andrew Hamilton (Society of Fellows, Art and Archaeology)
Title: Unseen Masterpieces of Andean Art in the Princeton University Art Museum.
December 2nd (Wednesday): Jill Stockwell (Comparative Literature)
Title: Our Other Students: Princeton's Role in Prison Education
“Politics and Humility”
19th February 2014: Matthew McCarty (Society of Fellows, Archaeology)
"The Mysteries of Mithraism: Ancient Religion and Princeton's Excavations at Apulum (Romania)"
26th February 2014: Rebekah Massengill (Mathey Director of Studies & Sociology)
“People like Us: Moral Populism and the Debate Over Walmart”
6th March 2014 (Thursday!): John Lansdowne (Art History, RGS)
“Icon vs. Relic: Catherine of Siena's Face”
26th March 2014: Adam Beaver (History)
"Truthiness, Then and Now: Shifting Boundaries between History and Fiction"
2nd April 2014: Michael Hecht (Chemistry, Master of Forbes)
“Reinventing Life with Genes and Proteins Designed from Scratch”
23rd April 2014: Henry Cowles (History of Science, RGS)
“Children as Scientists—and Scientists as Children”