Devi Nayar (Yale School of Architecture) and Thomas Munro (Yale Classics), “British Studies Colloquium”

Event time: 
Monday, April 4, 2022 - 4:00pm
Yale Center for British Art See map
1080 Chapel Street
Event description: 
We warmly invite you to the next meeting of the British Studies Colloquium, to take place in-person this coming Monday, April 4 at 4pm at the Yale Center for British Art. Registration is required; please do so at the following link:
Devi Nayar (School of Architecture) will present her talk entitled: “House as Ritual: Stories of Gender, Space, and Caste in Colonial Kerala” and Thomas Munro (Classics) will present his talk: “Christopher Logue: Politics, Poetry, and the Classical Past.” 
Please join us for these two exciting presentations, with a robust Q&A to follow! We estimate that the event will take about one hour.
Devi Nayar is a second-year Master of Environmental Design candidate at the Yale School of Architecture. Her research interests include gendered spaces in 15th-century Kerala, gender and sexuality in domestic architecture, and the intersection of religion, geography, gender, and the build environment.
Thomas Munro is a third-year PhD student in the Classics department at Yale. His dissertation research focuses on the intersections of classical reception and politics in modern British literature.
Free but register in advance