Reconsidering the Wolf with the Chicago Humanities Festival

Jump through a puddle this rainy Thursday into a fairy tale.

The Chicago Humanities Festival is hosting Professor Maria Tatar, the John L Loeb Professor of Folklore & Mythology and Germanic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. Professor Tartar will be giving a public lecture entitled, “The Big Bad Wolf Reconsidered”.

The lecture begins at 12:30 on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at the Chicago History Museum in the Rubloff Auditorium, 1601 North Clark Street, Chicago IL 60614.

itskris_wolf-in-a-suitGraduate students are encouraged to join the special graduate seminar from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. with Professor Tartar.  The seminar’s moderator will be CHF Artistic Director and Professor of Anthropology, History, and German at University of Illinois Matt Bunzl.

Interested students should submit a brief biography (150- 200 words), including area of research, and a question/topic they would like to discuss with Professor Tatar during the seminar to Gina Di Salvo at gina@chicagohumanities.org by October 4th. Selected applicants will be notified by October 11th.

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