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2019 SCT Faculty, Cathy Caruth, is quoted in `Infecting our dreams’: Pandemic sabotages sleep worldwide
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More information on how COVID-19 will affect the 2020 SCT Summer Session
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Summer 2020 Session
In an intensive six-week course of study, faculty members, graduate students and independent scholars from around the world, in the humanities and social sciences, explore recent developments in critical theory. The 2020 Session is scheduled for June 14 – July 23.
Participants work with the SCT’s core faculty of distinguished scholars and theorists in one of four six-week seminars. Each faculty member offers, in addition, a public lecture and a colloquium (based on an original paper) which are attended by the entire group.
The program also includes mini-seminars taught by scholars who visit for shorter periods. Finally, throughout the six weeks, distinguished theorists visit the SCT as lecturers.