Events Categorized: MA

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Dr. Scott Stevens: “Memory and Memorials in Indian Country: or How Living Memory Creates the Past”

This lecture, sponsored by the VCU Department of English in conjunction with The Humanities Research Center and The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, considers the notion of “Indian Country” in relationship to its shifting borders throughout the span of US history. How do Natives and settlers create memorials to both presence and absence on the…

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VCU Visiting Writers – Ru Freeman & LeAnne Howe

VCU Visiting Writers:  Ru Freeman (On Sal Mal Lane) & LeAnne Howe (Choctalking on Other Realities) ​Ru Freeman‘s creative and political writing has appeared internationally. She is the author of the novels A Disobedient Girl  and On Sal Mal Lane,  aNew York Times Editor’s Choice Book. Both novels have been translated into several languages including Italian, French, Hebrew, and Chinese. She is…

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Moveable Feast!

Monthly series of readings by VCU Department of English Graduate Students. Visual Arts Center of Richmond, 1812 West Main Street. Doors open at 6pm; readings begin at 6:30 pm.

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Audrey Watters – Graduate Seminar

We are very fortunate to have Audrey Watters joining us for a graduate seminar targeted at English, MATX and Sociology graduate students, on Wednesday November 2, 2016, 10:30-noon in Hibbs 308. The visit is jointly sponsored by MATX, English and Sociology.  Audrey is a critical scholar of education technology, author, and prolific researcher. She runs Hack Education which, to this day, may be…

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Nick Frankel | Oscar Wilde in Prison

The VCU Department of English will host a lecture by Professor Nick Frankel as a part on its ongoing “First Friday” lecture series. The lecture will take place this Friday, October 7 at 3:00pm in Hibbs 308. Topic: “Oscar Wilde in Prison.” All First Friday events are free and open to the public.   FIRST FRIDAY Nick Frankel Friday, 7 October 2016…

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