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Frank Freidel Lecture: "What Do Animals Look Like?"

American Studies Leipzig cordially invites you to the 2008 Frank Freidel Residency Lecture “What Do Animals Look Like?” by Dr. Paula Young Lee, the 2008 Frank-Freidel Scholar-in-Residence on Tuesday, 10 June 2008, 5pm (c.t.) in Villa Tillmanns, Wächterstraße 30 Dr. Paula Young Lee examines Western culture's representation of animals as ‘blind.’ Inside a Cartesian trajectory, animals lack self-consciousness and hence cannot ‘see’: they are incapable of insight as well as the capacity to observe others critically. Dr.

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Additional Block Seminar by Frank Freidel Scholar in Residence

American Studies Leipzig will offer one additional seminar taught by the 2008 Frank-Freidel Scholar in Residence, Dr. Paula Lee.

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Frank Freidel Resident Dr. Paula Lee arrives in Leipzig

Dr. Paula Lee, the second participant in the Frank Freidel Scholar in Residence Program, has arrived in Leipzig. She will stay in Leipzig for six weeks to work on her current project “Finding Animals: Toward a Comparative History and Theory of Animals.”

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ASL Announces 2008 Freidel Scholar in Residence, Dr. Paula Lee

American Studies Leipzig is proud to announce this year’s Frank Freidel Scholar in Residence, Dr. Paula Lee. Dr. Lee, currently a visiting scholar in the History of Science at Harvard University, will stay in Leipzig for six weeks in June and July. She holds a PhD in Art History from the University of Chicago, her research addresses practices of animal captivity in the United States and France, including museums, menageries, barnyards, and slaughterhouses. Dr.

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Frank Freidel Residency: Call for Applications

Frank Freidel Memorial Library Residency Program at the University of Leipzig

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First Freidel Resident Madeleine Vala Arrives in Leipzig

American Studies Leipzig is proud to welcome Prof. Madeleine Vala (University of Puerto Rico) as its first Frank Freidel Resident. Initiated to mark the Frank Freidel Library’s 10th anniversary, the residency-program allows scholars to pursue research projects at American Studies Leipzig and its library. The Frank Freidel Library has extensive holdings in the fields of United States history, literature, and culture as well as access to the fields’ most important data bases.

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