Speaker Series

Dr. Mariana Ortega (Philosophy Department, John Carroll University) "Altars for the Living: Shadow Ground, Aesthetic Memory, and the U.S/Mexico Borderlands" March 16th, 2018.


The Theory Sessions

Friday, October 20th, Jake Norris on “A Fall to the Depths: Schizophrenic Language and Hysteric Art in Deleuze’s Logic of Sensation

Conferences and Media

The fourth issue of CHIASMA is here!

Find a variety of seminars, conferences, publications and lectures by both internal and external faculty and students on our media page.

Featured Research


Core faculty and graduate students conduct research across a wide range of disciplines and topic matters--view a snap-shot of some of the most recent projects associated with Theory and Criticism


Recent Dissertations and Theses

Tyler Nash, Can the Undead Speak?: Language Death as a Matter of (Not) Knowing, Master of Arts.

Dolleen Manning, Mnidoo-Worlding: Merleau-Ponty and Anishinaabe Philosophical Translations, Doctor of Philosophy.

Marshall Hill, The Revolution Will Be Social and Poetic: The Insurgent Poetics of Decolonial Thought, Master of Arts.

Faculty Bookshelf