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Nhora Lucía Serrano
Serrano Publishes Book Review

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature Nhora Lucía Serrano recently published a review of Serina Patterson’s edited collection Games and Gaming in Medieval Literature (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) in The Medieval Review. The volume is Palgrave Macmillan’s latest entry in a series on “The New Middle Ages.”  More ...

Nancy Avery Dafoe K’74 Publishes Book

Nancy Avery Dafoe K’74 recently published a new book in the education field, titled, The Misdirection of Education Policy: Raising Questions about School Reform. Her book, published by Rowman & Littlefield Education, is available to be ordered online through Rowman & Littlefield, Barnes & Noble and Amazon.    More ...

A Link Between Past and Present

Marisabel Rey ’19 is exploring the link between past and present in her native Peru this summer through an Emerson project that will examine the lingering oral storytelling tradition of the Peruvian highlands.    More ...

Nhora Lucía Serrano
Serrano Presents at Comic Arts Forum

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature Nhora Lucía Serrano presented a paper titled “Graphic Parenthesis and Nationalist Anxiety: (Re)membering Jacque Tardi’s Adele Blanc-Sec and Paris” at the 18th annual International Comic Arts Forum held at the University of South Carolina April 14-16.  More ...

Austin Briggs
TLS Publishes Briggs’ Letter

Austin Briggs, the Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English Literature emeritus, published a letter in The Times Literary Supplement (London). The letter enlarged upon an earlier discussion in the journal of strain between Edith Wharton and publisher John Lane.  More ...

Nhora Lucía Serrano
Serrano Chairs Editorial Cartoon Panel at MLA Conference

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature Nhora Lucía Serrano organized and chaired a panel on “Satire and the Editorial Cartoon” on Jan. 8 at the Modern Language Association (MLA) Conference in Austin, Texas.  More ...

Zadie Smith
English Novelist Zadie Smith to Present Tolles Lecture

Zadie Smith, English novelist and Royal Society of Literature fellow, will speak as part of the Tolles Lecture series on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is free and open to the public. It will be followed by a book-signing and reception in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Center.  More ...

Trudy Lewis
Award-winning Novelist Trudy Lewis to Read From Work

Award-winning novelist Trudy Lewis will read from her  latest work on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m., in the Fillius Events Barn. She will also discuss the difference between Master of Fine Arts and Ph.D.’s with creative dissertations. The lecture is sponsored by the English and Creative Writing Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Katherine Terrell
Terrell Presents Paper at Medieval Studies Congress

Associate Professor of Literature Katherine H. Terrell presented a paper titled “Transnational Poetics in the Selden Manuscript: Chaucer, James I, and the Foundation of Scottish Poetry” at the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies held at Western Michigan University in May.  More ...

Professor Dan Chambliss encourages comment in the Great Books seminar as Joe Simonson '15 Morgan Lane '16, and Mark Parker-Magyar '15 look on.
Chambliss and Kelly Take on Great Books in Seminar

Machiavelli. Darwin. Paine. These men changed lives with their writing, affecting how millions thought about themselves and their place in the world.  Dan Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, and Al Kelly, the Edgar B. Graves Professor of History, have a similar effect on the Hamilton students they teach in their Great Books seminar—albeit on a slightly smaller scale.  More ...

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