On Friday, Nov. 8th from 2:30-5:00 in JFSB 4186/88 we will hold our first ORCA Symposium featuring the work of four students from the College who have received ORCA grants for their research. Four students will present their work, followed by a keynote talk on the relationship between poetry and science from Bryce Christensen of Southern Utah University.
AMRG will visit with Gorton Hutner of the English Department at the University of Illinois, Erbona Chamapgne about Hutner’s new research on the twenty-first-century novel. Friday,4pm-5:30pm, 4116 JFSB.
Gordon Hutner from the English Department of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign will visit us and give this weeks colloquium. Friday, Oct. 1st, 11pm, 4186 JFSB.
Thursday, Oct. 24th from 2-3 in JFSB 4010 (the Dean’s Conference Room). Four members of the Department of Linguistics and English Language — Don Chapman, Janis Nuckolls, Wendy Smemoe, and Mark Davies — will discuss the residual prescriptivism of our language practices in the university and in society more generally. This includes the political arena, where …
Colloquium Series: Christopher Oscarson. Friday the 25th of October, 1:00-2:00 pm, JFSB 4010
“I believe in women, especially thinking women.” – Emmeline B. Wells Valerie Hegstrom, Amy Harris (BYU Department of History), and Connie Lamb (BYU’s Women’s Studies Librarian) will discuss what Women’s Studies has meant to BYU and current research by members of the Women’s Studies Research Group. October 16th at 3:00 in JFSB B099.