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Archive of posts published in the tag: Spring2018

Dr. Tracy Hoffman: “Washington Irving Brouhaha: What’s Brewing in Irving Studies”

Friday, April 13 3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall Dr. Tracy Hoffman (Baylor University) will present “Washington Irving Brouhaha: What’s Brewing in Irving Studies.”  

Browning Day 2018–Dr. Kirstie Blair: “Such Fierce Radicals: The Brownings and Working-Class Culture”

Friday, April 20th: Browning Day 2018 3:00-3:30 Reception in the Armstrong Browning Library Cox Reception Hall 3:30-4:30 Music and Lecture in the Armstrong Browning Library Foyer of Meditation Dr. Kirstie Blair (U. of Strathclyde, Scotland) will present “Such Very Fierce Radicals: The Brownings…

Dr. Natalie McKnight: “Dickens, the Lowell Mill Girls, and the Language of Spiritual/Material Conditions in A Christmas Carol (and Beyond)”

Friday, February 16th, 2018 4:30-5:30 Armstrong Browning Lecture Hall Dr. Natalie McKnight (Boston U.) will present “Dickens, the Lowell Mill Girls, and the Language of Spiritual/Material Conditions in A Christmas Carol.”