Events Categorized: Faculty

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Ghanaian Poet & Scholar — Kofi Anyidoho

You are invited to hear Ghanaian poet and scholar Kofi Anyidoho speak on African literature in memory of English Professor Emeritus Richard Priebe, who passed away on June 9. Dr. Anyidoho’s talk will take place on Saturday, October 7, at 3 o’clock in Cabell Library’s 3rd Floor Lecture Hall.  Anyidoho is the Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies at the…

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English Faculty Forum — Dr. Jennifer S. Rhee

The English Faculty Forum is proud to present Dr.  Jennifer S. Rhee, Assistant Professor of English, who will give a lecture on “Drone Warfare and Drone Art: Labor and Dehumanization in the Robotic Imaginary.” Professor Rhee will present germinal research from her forthcoming book, All Too Human: Labor and Dehumanization in the Robotic Imaginary (University of Minnesota Press, 2018). In this talk, Rhee will…

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VCU Annual MATX Marcel Cornis-Pope Lecture Series: Dr. Archana Pathak — “Too Much and Not Enough: Tales of a Diasporic South Asian Indian Scholar Activist”

Join us for the annual VCU MATX Marcel Cornis-Pope Lecture and this year’s speaker, Dr. Archana Pathak (Assistant Professor, Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies), who will give a talk on “Too Much and Not Enough: Tales of a Diasporic South Asian Indian Scholar Activist.” This event is free and open to the public.

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Livingston on America This Week

Tune in today at 1 o’clock to SeriusXM Radio’s America This Week for Sonja Livingston’s interview regarding her essay about a priest in St. Martinville, Louisiana who has converted an old ambulance into a mobile confessional unit. The essay uses a visit to the mobile confessional in St. Martinville and personal experience to explore the…

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Coogan to Speak on Memoirs of Mass Incarceration

Associate Professor David Coogan, author of Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail and founder and co-director of Open Minds, a program that enables college students to take courses in the arts and humanities with men and women incarcerated at the Richmond City Justice Center, will speak on his upcoming book, Memoirs of Mass Incarceration:…

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