French: Florence March enseigne la littérature britannique de la première année au Master 2 LLCER, ainsi qu’aux concours.
The Interdisciplinary Modernisms Workshop will host a workshop with Miriam Thaggert, Professor of English and African American Studies at the University of Iowa, on Thursday April 27th, 4:00-5:30 at the Willson Center House, 1260 S. Lumpkin Street.
Seán Hewitt was born in 1990 and read English at the University of Cambridge, where he received his college’s Emily Davies and Lilias Sophia Ashworth Hallett scholarships and twice received the Charity Reeves Prize in English. In 2014, he was awarded Arts Council England funding for a series of poems, and in 2015 was selected as one of the Poetry Trust’s Aldeburgh Eight. He won a Northern Writers’ Award in 2016, and is currently studying for a Ph.D. at the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool.
Benjamin Fagan is Assistant Professor of English at Auburn University, and a specialist in early African American literature and print culture. He was the 2016 Fulbright Visiting Professor in American Studies at the University of Graz, Austria, and has held fellowships from the NEH, American Antiquarian Society, and American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Christopher Hanlon is an Associate Professor of English at Arizona State University and the author of America's England: Antebellum Literature and Atlantic Sectionalism (Oxford, 2013). He will read from his forthcoming book, Emerson's Memory Loss, which approaches issues of self-reliance and communality by way of Emerson's experience of cognitive decline late in life.
The Athens Science Cafe welcomes Dr Bill Kretzschmar to speak on the science of English dialects. This event is sponsored by the UGA Science Library and the Science Cafe. Free and open to the public.
Fifth Annual Barbara Methvin Lecture:
"'Engulfed in the Fiesta': Reading Our Souths and the Gulf at the Rhythm of Maracas in the Time of Trump"
A joint lecture by Professors Keith Cartwright and Dolores Flores-Silva
The Jane and Harry Willson Center for Humanities and Arts welcome the internationally acclaimed Irish writer Colm Tóibín to the University of Georgia as the second annual Delta Visiting Chair for Global Understanding March 15-17, 2017.
On Thursday, 16 March, Tóibín will give a reading and lecture at 3:30 pm in the UGA Chapel, followed by a book signing at Avid Bookshop at 6 pm.