A film screening of The Stuart Hall Project, followed by a panel discussion with Program Director Suzanna Walters, Associate Professor of English Nicole Aljoe, and Assistant Professor of Communications Studies Sarah J. Jackson. Light refreshments will be served.
In the medieval period, such events as floods, earthquakes, famine, the toppling of dynasties and the onset of war may register as spectacularly sudden, not only for the people who experienced them, but sometimes for the scholars who now study them. However, what happens when we engage the long view, in slow motion, in order to examine both natural and social change as it is recorded and represented in the history, literature, and arts of the Middle Ages? ..
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“GOOD EDUCATION, GOOD POSITION, AND GOOD BLOOD”: CREOLE WOMEN’S LITERATURE OF THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH WEST INDIES
BORROWED COUNTRY: DIGITAL MEDIA, REMEDIATION, AND NORTH AMERICAN POETRY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
“Permeable Boundaries: Rhetorical Delivery and the Negotiation of Obscenity”
“Whitman and Ornamental Distinction” Professor Theo Davis, Department of English, NU Wednesday, April 22nd, 6:00p.m., 133 Barker Center Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard