English Lecture Series Under Way

Posted: February 10, 2004 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

Every Wednesday this semester, the Department of English will host its Wednesday Night Lecture Series from 5:55 to 7:10 p.m. in Innovation Hall, Room 103. The series continues tomorrow with Dean Taciuch speaking on “Hypertext and Literary Form.” Listed below is the schedule for the remainder of the semester.

February 18: Margaret Yocom, “‘Have You Heard the One about the Babysitter Who . . . ?’ Folklore, Contemporary Legends, Oral Tradition, and Narrative Form”

February 25: Rosemary Jann, “Point of View in Fiction”

March 3: Jeanette Roan, “Point of View in Film”

March 17: Rick Davis, “Drama and Point of View: Henry IV, Part 1”

March 24: Douglas Wulf, “A Linguistic Exploration of English: Sound, Structure, Meaning”

March 31: Eric Pankey and Jennifer Atkinson, “Michael Ondaatje’s Poetry”

April 8 (Thursday): Text and Community event–viewing of The English Patient, Johnson Center Cinema, 6 and 9 p.m., with an introduction by Peter Brunette

April 14: Panel on The English Patient with Amal Amireh, English; Marion Deshmukh, History; Sheila ffolliott, Art History; and Sheryl Beach, Geography and Computational Sciences

April 28: Student Poster Sessions, SUB II Ballroom

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