Posts tagged with “Upcoming Events and Lectures” (All posts)

Visiting Writer: Professor and Author Julie Schumacher

13 January 2016

Next month, the English Department will welcome Julie Schumacher, author and Professor of English and creative writing at the University of Minnesota. Schumacher’s most recent book, Dear Committee Members, is an…

Event Preview: Poetry Reading by Susan Jaret McKinstry

7 January 2016

Welcome back to campus, Carls! The Miscellany editors are excited to bring you another term of department news, alumni interviews, student writing, and assorted literary nonsense. First up is an event…

Event Preview: NT Live Hamlet & Benedict Cumberbrunch

6 November 2015

This Sunday, the English Department and MARS will co-sponsor two screenings of National Theatre Live’s Hamlet (starring Benedict Cumberbatch) at 2:00 and 7:00 in the Weitz Cinema. Seating at the free screenings…

Visiting Speaker Preview: Rachel Greenwald Smith on Fictional Representations of 9/11

27 October 2015

This week, Professor Rachel Greenwald Smith of St. Louis University will give her talk “Anatomy Lessons: Impersonal Feelings in 9/11 Fiction.” This talk will offer a look at how 9/11 has been represented…

Winter Term Visiting Faculty Preview: Chris Martin ’00

20 October 2015

In the coming weeks, the Miscellany will feature profiles on three visiting professors who are teaching courses in the English Department this winter term. First up is Chris Martin ’00, who…

Faculty Research Talk Preview: George Shuffelton

29 September 2015

Welcome back to Laird, English majors and friends! Our new Miscellany editors (Sam Chao ’16 and Sarah Meister ’16) are excited to bring you another year of great content. We’re kicking…

Tangled Love: A Staged Reading

7 April 2015

This Wednesday, the Carleton English Department presents two events featuring visiting writer Zack Rogow. First, he will read his poetry and translations of works by the French writer Colette in…

Students Look Forward to Sherman Alexie’s Lecture

10 February 2015

This week Carleton welcomes the extraordinary Sherman Alexie to campus, and students are excited! Alexie is an author, poet, and screenwriter whose stories of the Native American experience have been…

Sherman Alexie Lecture at the Chapel at 6 pm Today!

10 February 2015

Sherman Alexie will deliver the Christopher U. Light Lecture in Literature at 6 pm in the Carleton Chapel today. His lecture is titled, “Security, Sovereignty, Selfishness: How to be a…

Betsy Andrews on Campus this Week!

25 January 2015

This coming Monday, Carleton College has the privilege of welcoming Betsey Andrews to campus. Betsy Andrews has been published in fields ranging from journalism to poetry and was the winner…