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FEB 6, 2015: 2:00 PM
Led by Professor Mario DiGangi and featuring students who recently passed the Oral Exam this workshop with include such topics as setting up a committee; understanding the exam; creating lists; preparing for the exam itself. Plenty of time will be given to answer questions.
FEB 6, 2015: 4:00 PM
This event seeks to continue ongoing conversations about the intersections of pedagogy, poetics, and activism at CUNY. Participants include:
Talia Shalev, Erica Kaufman, Stephen Brier, Rebecca Mlynarczyk, David Henderson, Ammiel Alcalay Read more
FEB 13, 2015: 4:00 PM
A roundtable sponsored by the English Program's Diversity Committee, featuring:
Jillian Báez, Marilisa Jimenez, Natalie Havlin Read more
FEB 20, 2015: 4:00 PM
This panel seeks to critically evaluate Neil Hertz's work on textual self-reflexivity, particularly as it is associated with Romanticism, and its legacy in the work of George Eliot. Participants include: Joshua Wilner, Alexander Schlutz and Nancy Yousef Read more
FEB 27, 2015: 4:00 PM
How are archives shaped over time by poets, historians, scholars? What are the connections between lyric time and the time of history? And what of migration? Participants of the discussion include: Kai Kresse, Sylviane Diouf, Meena Alexander, Christopher Ian Foster
MAR 6, 2015: 5:00 PM
English Student Association Annual Conference: Trance. Keynote address by Wayne Koestenbaum
MAR 13, 2015: 1:00 PM
This peer-led workshop is a mixture of critical discussion and real-world advice on the challenges and consequences of adopting tactics. Read more
MAR 13, 2015: 4:00 PM
Prospective students admitted or waitlisted for admission Fall 2015 are invited to attend this event to learn more about the Ph.D. Program in English. A reception follows. Read more
MAR 20, 2015: 4:00 PM
CANCELED - In this conference, Jane O. Newman, professor of comparative literature at UC-Irvine and others take contrasting approaches in assessing Auerbach and Benjamin and how they engaged with the twentieth century Read more
MAR 27, 2015: 4:00 PM
This roundtable will explore how the growth of digital media has altered the material form of the printed book and posed new challenges for institutions. Read more