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Mapping the World, Mapping the Self Colloquium, Thursday-Friday April 19-20

12:00 Lunch Talk-Prospect House, Room G*

Arthur B. Evans, Professor of French at DePauw University, managing editor of Science-Fiction Studies: “Was Jules Verne a writer of Science-Fiction?”
Noon, Room G, Prospect House *

 2:30-4:00-Prospect House, Library
-Bridget Berhmann, Department of French and Italian, Princeton University: The Travels and Adventures of Captain Hatteras
-Daniel Worden, Department of French and Italian, Princeton University: “The Fallen and the Estranged: Foigny’s La Terre Australe (1696) as Science-Fiction”

4:30 Lecture- 106 McCormick:
William Butcher, Translator, author of Journey to the Center of the Self
“The Origin of the Origin”


Date/Time: 04/20/12 at 12:00 pm - 04/20/12 at 6:00 pm

*Space limited: please email Crystal Arrington ( to make a reservation

All events are free and open to the public

This Colloquium is made possible by grants from the Gardner Fund, PIIRS, and the Department of French and Italian.

Category: PIIRS