Graduate Colloquia

Welcome to the English Department Graduate Colloquia!

What We Do

The English Department Graduate Colloquia meet regularly, usually on a bi-monthly basis. Colloquium meetings might include invited talks by established scholars in the field; workshops of dissertation chapters, prospectuses, or article drafts; discussions of recent publications in the field; or professionalization workshops. Colloquium events also regularly draw audiences from the greater Cambridge/Boston area. Students in the graduate program are encouraged to attend any or all of them with any degree of regularity, regardless of their primary field(s) of interest. See individual colloquium pages on the left sidebar for detailed information about upcoming events. You can also subscribe to individual colloquium mailing lists by contacting the coordinators listed below.

Who We Are

Medieval Colloquium

Coordinators: Kathryn Mogk, Yun Ni

Faculty Sponsors: Daniel Donoghue, James Simpson, Nicholas Watson, Anna Wilson

Renaissance Colloquium

Coordinators: Will Porter, Bailey Sincox, Nicholas Utzig

Faculty Sponsors: Marjorie Garber, Stephen Greenblatt, Gordon Teskey, Leah Whittington

Long 18th Century & Romanticism Colloquium

Coordinators: Josephine Reece, Thomas Leonard-Roy

Faculty Sponsors: James Engell, Deidre Lynch, Andrew Warren

Long Nineteenth Century and Modernism Colloquium

Coordinators: Sezen Unluonen, Geoffrey Kirsch

Faculty Sponsors: Leah Price and Beth Blum

20th Century and Contemporary Colloquium

Coordinators: Tess McNulty, Charlie Tyson

Faculty Sponsors: David Alworth and Kelly Rich

Theater & Performance Colloquium

Coordinators: Christofer Rodelo, Emma Adler

Faculty Sponsors: Ju Yon Kim, Derek Miller, Martin Puchner

Race & Ethnicity Colloquium

Coordinators: Olivia Carpenter, Amanda Gunn

Faculty Sponsors: Glenda Carpio, Jesse McCarthy