Duke University Linguistics Program

    • holloway fictions sm
    • pfau sm
    • mitchell sm
    • moses sm
    • wald sm

In Memoriam: Grover Smith

    • grover smith
The English Department is sad to announce the passing of T. S. Eliot scholar and emeritus professor Grover Smith, who taught at Duke for over 40 years. His obituary can be found in the News and Observer, linked here. A memorial service for Grover Smith will be held this…
Share |

Upcoming Events

Joseph Luzzi: Reading and Public Lecture

    • luzzi
Joseph Luzzi (Bard College) Reading from My Two Italies Thursday Sept 11, 2014 5 pm McClendon Commons (map link) Book Sales and Reception follow Sponsored by the English Department, Romance Studies, and Cultural Anthropology Read an excerpt from My Two Italies here! http://josephluzzi.com/
Share |

Symposium on Action

    • pfau
Thursday and Friday Sept. 25-26, 2014. For symposium description and schedule of speakers, please see the symposium webpage at: http://symposiumonaction.wordpress.com This symposium is the second of a series of symposia organized by Duke & Northwestern University. Co-conveners: Thomas Pfau and Vivisan Soni
Share |

Manic Caravan Poetry Series: Sommer Browning

    • Sommer Browning
First Manic Caravan Reading for Fall 2014 Sommer Browning & Laura Jaramillo Saturday, October 18, 2014 8 pm (location tba) Sommer Browning writes poems, draws comics, and tells jokes. She is the author of two collections published by Birds, LLC, BACKUP SINGERS (2014) and EITHER WAY I'M CELEBRATING (2011), as…
Share |

Gish Jen

    • Gish Jen poster
Please join us for a public reading by Gish Jen (author of Tiger Writing, World and Town, The Love Wife, Typical American) Tues. Oct 28 at 7 pm, in McClendon Commons (behind the Admissions Bldg). This event is free and open to the public. Book sales and reception to…
Share |