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Robert Quist, PhD

Robert Quist, PhD

Associate Professor: Art History, Film & Humanities
2013 Academic Scholar Award
Humanities
Phone: (231) 591-2071
Email: [email protected]

Education

  • PhD, Florida State University, Humanities, M.I.S. in Library Science
  • MA, Brigham Young University, Musicology
  • BA, Brigham Young University, Humanities

Publications and Intellectual Contributions

  • Book
    Gray, J., Groves, R., Quist, R. (2013). "Introduction to Popular Culture," Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Presentations

  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), FSU Colloquium, “Humanism and the Dharma of War in the Mahabharata,” Ferris State University, (2018).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), Scandinavian Studies Conference, “Ett Drömspel as Tragedy and Strindberg’s Philosophy of Human Misery," Columbus, Ohio, (2015).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), Scandinavian Studies Conference, “Moses Pergament’s Vision of Music in Sweden," San Francisco, California, (2013).
  • Presentation
    Quist, R. (Presenter), FSU Humanities Colloquium, “Victorian Euphemisms and Censorship of Norse Myths and Legends,” Ferris State University, (2013).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), FSU Colloquium, “Aesthetics of Introduction to Global Popular Culture,” Ferris State University, (2011).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), Scandinavian Studies Conference, “Stenhammar’s Serenades as Shelters for Creative Freedom,” Chicago, IL, (2011).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), FSU Humanities Colloquium, “August Strindberg’s Dream Plays and the Birth of the Modern Tragedy,” Ferris State University, (2010).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), FSU Colloquium, “The Swedish Radio Oratorios and their Pacifistic Attacks on the Second World War,” Ferris State University, (2010).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), Scandinavian Studies Conference, “Rites of Passage: Mythos and Liberation in Ingvar Lidholm’s Riter," Madison, Wisconsin, (2009).
  • Paper
    Quist, R. (Presenter), Scandinavian Studies Conference, “Wilhelm Stenhammar’s Symphony in G Minor and the Union of Styles," Fairbanks, Alaska, (2008).