Upcoming Events

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Roy Scranton Reading and Book Signing: "We're Doomed. Now What?

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Location: Hammes Bookstore

Since 2016, Roy Scranton is Assistant Professor of English and a member of the Creative Writing faculty at the University of Notre Dame.  He has co-edited two collections and authored Learning to Die in the Anthropocene, War Porn, and most recently We're Doomed.  Now What?  He teaches and writes in both fiction and non-fiction, with a bit of poetry in the mix.…

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Eileen Myles

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Location: 102-104 McKenna Hall

Eileen Myles is the author of more than twenty books, including Afterglow (a dog memoir), Inferno (a poet’s novel), Chelsea Girls, and Cool For You. Myles’s many honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship, four Lambda Literary Awards, the Clark Prize for Excellence in Arts Writing, as well as grants from Creative Capital (nonfiction) and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (poetry), and the an Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers grant.…

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

20th C. British/Irish Seminar: Sara Crangle, "Mina Loy and the Accursed Muse"

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Location: 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall

Sara Crangle, Professor of Modernism and the Avant-Garde a the University of Sussex, will be giving a talk entitled "Mina Loy and the Accursed Muse" as part of the 20th century British and Irish area seminar, in conjunction with the Program of Liberal Studies on Wednesday, October 31st at 5:30pm.  …

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

John Mort

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Location: Hammes Bookstore

The Creative Writing department proudly presents the Sullivan Prize winner (University of Notre Dame Press), John Mort, to give a reading.…

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Thursday, November 29, 2018

“Writers in the No-Man's Land: Literary Translation as Anti-Colonial Practice in Israel/Palestine.”

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Location: 1030 Jenkins-Nanovic Hall

Writers in the No-Man's Land: Literary Translation as Anti-Colonial Practice in Israel/Palestine.” 

Thursday, November 29th 6.30-7.45PM 

 

Dr Hana Morgenstern is a scholar, writer and translator. She is University Lecturer in Postcolonial and Middle East Literature at Cambridge University and a Senior Fellow at Newnham College. Dr Morgenstern is co-director of the Documents of the Arab Left Project. She is currently at work on a book manuscript titled, A Literature for All Its Citizens: Aesthetics of Coexistence in Israel/Palestine.

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