What is Holding Us Together? Edgar Allan Poe, David Hume and the Bundle Problem

Date
Dec 2, 2021, 4:30 pm4:30 pm
Location
103 Chancellor Green / Zoom
Audience
Open to the public
Event Description

For the next session of The Department of Comparative Literature Works in Progress Colloquium, Maya Kronfeld (fellow; Humanistic Studies / Comparative Literature) will present a piece titled: "What is Holding Us Together? Edgar Allan Poe, David Hume and the Bundle Problem." The colloquium offers an opportunity for advanced graduate students, faculty members and post-doctoral researchers to present a sample of their ongoing research and receive constructive feedback from their colleagues and from anyone else in the university community who wishes to attend the session and participate in the discussion.

In adherence to the current university health regulations, the in-person attendance to the event will be limited to 15 people. Anyone wishing to attend the session in person should send an email to Alonso Burgos. If you would like to join simultaneous Zoom transmission, please register in advance through the following link.

Sponsor
Department of Comparative Literature
Speaker