The historic Faculty Colloquium series was established in the early 1980s with the purpose of allowing the Bucknell faculty to share their scholarly research with colleagues across the disciplines, divisions, and colleges. From its inception, the Series was seen as a serious academic endeavor that offered Bucknell faculty an insight into subject-matters that for the most part lie outside their immediate area of specialization. Likewise, Faculty Colloquium speakers often find the comments from colleagues within and outside their discipline helpful as they offer a new perspective on the subjects of their research.
The conversation continues throughout the year on the Faculty Colloquium Facebook page.
Digital Prosopography:Exploring Historical Chinese Networks with Computational Technologies
East Asian Studies
Colonialism, Neo-Colonialism, Internal Colonialism: The Case of Puerto Ricans
What do machines learn, and when do they forget?
Analytics & Operations Management
Fall 2022 Snap Talks
Sarah Stoudt, Annie Ross, Vanessa Hill, and Chase Gregory
Queering the Territory: Redefining Community and Jud Fry in Twenty-First Century Revivals of Oklahoma!
Bryan M. Vandevender
Theatre & Dance
Antiblackness and the Limits of Performance
Jaye Austin Williams
Critical Black Studies
Constructing Political Representation: "A Mess Worth Making"
Self Un/Making in Black Queer Fugitivity
Women's & Gender Studies
Do Karst Springs Allow Us to See into Hidden Aquifers and Caves?
Geology & Environmental Geosciences
Plants are Cool, Too: Australian Eggplants, #SciComm, and a Botanist on Mars
If We Build It, Who Will Come? Explorations of Campus Design, Location, and Student Culture
The Writer's Intention vs. the Work's Intention
Animal Rights and the Ethics of Veganism
Embedding Computing in the Physical World: What If, When and How?
Food, stress, and an abandoned radar tower: Research on seabirds at a remarkable Alaskan field station
On the Motion of Fluids - Is it Art? Or is it Science?
Kelly Knox and Linda Smolka
Theatre & Dance
Social Disadvantage and Child Health among China’s Rural-Urban Migrant Households
Teaching with style: creating opportunities to nurture critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills
Climate Energy and Food Security from the Sea?