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The Medieval and Renaissance Colloquium will host Paige Reynolds next week for what promises to be a wonderful talk.
"Virtue, Vulnerability, and the Judgment of Elizabeth I"
Paige Reynolds (English, University of Central Arkansas)
Friday, March 16, 2012, 4:00 p.m. (AUD 103)
Please join us.Read more »
The UNT Research Office website has just published a wonderful, lengthy profile our our creative writing program. See http://research.unt.edu/research-profiles/singular-place-singular-time.Read more »
Bruce Bond's new book, The Visible, is now out from LSU Press. The publisher's description states that the book takes readers "into a surreal landscape 'where it is neither day nor night / but both at once,' where light becomes an imaginative force that both illuminates and obscures." The book's cover features glowing praise from Claudia Emerson, Clarie Bateman, and B. H. Fairchild. For details, see http://lsupress.org/books/detail/the-visible/Read more »
Join UNT Libraries Monday, February 6th at 4pm in the Willis Library Forum for a celebration of Dickens
Please see "Read more" for details
The MRC has a great program lined up for the Spring 2012 semester. All are welcome!
Please see "Read More" for the full schedule.
The winter 2011 edition of Studies in the Novel is now available. It features essays on: James Hogg, Charlotte Brontë, Djuna Barnes, Flannery O'Connor, and Margaret Atwood.
For more information, please see their website: http://www.english.unt.edu/sitn/Read more »
Public Radio International's (PRI) "The World" radio program has featured Miroslav Penkov's East of the West: A Country in Stories as one of it's recommended 2011 Holiday Books.
For details, see http://www.theworld.org/2011/12/holiday-books/Read more »
Dr. Nicole Smith is currently being featured by UNT's InHouse Portrait Gallery.Read more »
Tim Regetz, a PhD candidate in Medieval Literature, has just been awarded a Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grant to travel to Chicago. He's been selected to give a talk called "Margery Kempe and the Discourse of Universal Salvation" at the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies's prestigious Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Please congratulate him.Read more »
Kelly Clasen will give a lecture entitled: "Resisting the Commodification of Cultures: Native American Geographies in the Works of Jewett, Chopin, and Cather" this Friday, December 2nd at 1PM. The lecture is part of the UNT American Studies Colloquium will be held in the Language Building 310. See you there.Read more »
The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Samuel Richardson: Early Works, "Aesop's Fables," "Letters Written to and for Particular Friends," and Other Works, edited by Alexander Pettit is now available from Cambridge University Press.
Please see "Read More" for details.