The Anne & William Axton Festival of Film & Verse2009 -- Thurs, April 9, 7:30 pm, Bingham Poetry Room; Friday, April 10, 3:30 pm, Bingham Humanities Room 300; Friday, April 10, 7:30 pm, Floyd Theatre; Saturday, April 1, 6:00 & 8:00 pm, Floyd Theatre; Tuesday, April 21, 7:00 & 9:00 pm, 21C Museum Hotel, 700 W. Main St.
Simona Bertacco, Asst Prof University of Milan, Visiting Prof U of L: "Literary or Postcolonial? Notes on literature and its unfamiliars inthe writings of JoMo Coetzee, Marlene Nourbese Philip, and Dionne Brand"
Crystal Wilkinson will discuss her fiction with U of L English Students
Slam Poetry Event-Canceled
Writings by Estella Conwill Majozo.
"Proving the Object: On the Limits of Disciplinarity”
The Sense of Time in Anglo-Saxon England
"Writing Triangles: Appropriations of Activity Theory in Composition and Rhetoric Research"
Putting the Auteur Back in Author: A Poetry Reading by Wayne Miller and Laurence Goldstein
Dangerous Glamour: Poetry, Movies, and the Public Imagination. A talk by Laurence Goldstein
The Big Show: Three Collaborative Poetry Films and Jean Cocteau's First Film, The Blood of a Poet
Cocteau's Testament of Orpheus
Film on Poets, Poets on Film: The San Francisco Renaissance
Viv Ellis of Oxford University, guest speaker
The University Writing Center will be hosting a conference sharing colloquium!
Symposium: Working English in Rhetoric and Composition: Global-Local Contexts, Commitments, Consequences
Professor Frederick Aldama, Ohio State University, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, who is a widely published scholar across many areas of the humanities and a Arturo Islas expertise will be discussing Islas' novel THE RAIN GOD.