Mark Algee-Hewitt, Associate Director of the Stanford Literary Lab will present a lecture on a major digital humanities project he and his colleagues are undertaking entitled “The Taxonomy of Titles in the 18th-Century Literary Marketplace.” Later in the day, from 1:30-4:30, Algee-Hewitt will offer a workshop on some of the digital tools that even non-DH specialists can use …

ORCA Symposium flyer 2013


November 8, 2:30-5:00, JFSB 4186/88 Speakers: Daniel Cardoza (Russian), Romy Franks (German), Adam Lloyd (Humanities, Classics, and Comparative Literature), and Kylan Rice (English) Keynote speaker: Bryce Christensen, Dept. of English, Southern Utah University: “Of Sonnets and Subphylums: How Poetry Lives (or Dies) in a Scientific World.”

Yunah Hong Visits BYU

the award-winning Korean filmmaker Yunah Hong will be visiting campus this week. Thursday at 12:00in JFSB B092 she will give a presentation entitled “Searching for Anna May Wong and Other Creative Asian-American Women.” Later that day she will screen two new films, “Anna May Wong” and “Between the Lines.” A reception for these films will be held …

ORCA Symposium

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.