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Thursday, May 4, 2017

English Undergraduate Honors Thesis Presentations

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Location: 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall

This event will celebrate the 2017 English Honors Concentrators and each of the following students will be giving short presentations about their English Honors Theses.

Free Breakfast foods and beverages will be provided!

 

2017 English Concentrators:

Maggie Arriola

Katherine Baltes

Joe Cabrera

Dana Deradoorian…

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Undergraduate Creative Writing Concentrators Reading

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Location: Hammes Bookstore

2017 Graduating Creative Writing Honors Concentrators will be reading selections from their thesis.

Writers include:

Dakota Connell-Ledwon: Dakota Connell-Ledwon’s addiction to stories began when she was a child. An immediate result was a particularly engrossing library book slipping out of her hands and into a toilet. A longer-term result has been Dakota’s persistent exploration of the art of storytelling. She has produced multiple short documentaries and has written for local and national news organizations, but she always finds herself returning to creative writing. Her thesis, “Empty Air,” explores connections between loss, humor, and the supernatural. …

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Friday, May 26, 2017

Cultural Analytics Symposium

Location: Oak Room, South Dining Hall

Cultural Analytics 2017 is a two-day symposium devoted to new research in the fields of computational and data-intensive cultural studies. Combining methods and insights from computer science and the quantitative social sciences with questions central to the interpretive humanities, the event explores some of the most compelling contemporary interdisciplinary work in a rigorous, collegial environment.…

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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Cultural Analytics Symposium

Location: Oak Room, South Dining Hall

Cultural Analytics 2017 is a two-day symposium devoted to new research in the fields of computational and data-intensive cultural studies. Combining methods and insights from computer science and the quantitative social sciences with questions central to the interpretive humanities, the event explores some of the most compelling contemporary interdisciplinary work in a rigorous, collegial environment.…

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