Dr. Michael B.A. Oldstone, a National Academy of Sciences member and University of Alabama alumnus, will be in-residence on the UA campus Oct. 17-21.
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Dr. Brad Sagarin, a psychology professor at Northern Illinois University, will present his lecture, “Evolutionary Psychology: Exploring Darwin’s Psychological Legacy,” on Oct.13 at 7:30 p.m. in 127 Biology Building on The University of Alabama campus.
Students in English 411, Dr. Emily O. Wittman’s Advanced Studies in Comparative and Multicultural Literature class, don’t just sit and read. They judge.
University of Alabama student Alexandra Franklin’s willingness to share some of her deepest thoughts and feelings about her life, her commitment to feminism and a supportive boyfriend led her to write a Modern Love essay published Sunday, Sept. 11, in The New York Times.
“Exploring the Boundaries and Applications of Corpus Linguistics,” a symposium in the department of English at The University of Alabama, will be Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17 in UA’s Bidgood Hall.
The Slash Pine Writer’s Festival 2011, an event that will bring more than 40 writers from across the nation to Tuscaloosa for readings and workshops, will be from Wednesday, March 30 through Saturday, April 2, at venues throughout the city, including The University of Alabama.
Dr. Vincent Odamtten, professor of English at Hamilton College, will deliver the first Dr. Robert Milton Young Memorial Lecture in African American Literary and Cultural Theory at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in 205 Gorgas Library on The University of Alabama campus.
Ted Conover, author of the new book “The Routes of Man: How Roads Are Changing the World and the Way We Live Today,” will speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 120 Farrah Hall on The University of Alabama campus.
Dr. Albert Pionke, an associate professor of English at The University of Alabama, has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Award to research “Education as a Rite of Privilege.”
The University of Alabama English department invites area high school students to attend the summer 2010 Creative Writing Camp on weekdays, June 14-25, from 1-4 p.m. in 301 Morgan Hall.