English Department Events
First Half - Fall 2013
Tuesday, October 8: 10:30-11:30, C-L 050: Danielle Lavendier, “Thematic Content and Writing Instruction: Finding a Balance in Themed Composition Classes”
Wednesday, October 9: Stefanie Wortman reads from her poetry and nonfiction at 12:45, on October 9th, in CL 265. Please encourage students to attend.
Thursday, October 10: Mat Johnson, author of PYM, speaks at RIC! October 10, 2013 at 4:00p.m. in Alger Hall 110. Book signing to follow.
Tuesday, October 22: Annual Graduate Student/ Faculty event: “Research Stories from Rhetoric and Composition, or, What ‘Comp People’ Do” (Panel Discussion: Caouette, Griggs, Michaud) from 4:00 to 5:00 in CL 255. All are welcome to attend
Thursday, October 24: 12:00-1:00, C-L 202: Bill Pett, “The Art of the Ask: Discovering Prompts That Work”
Monday, October 21: RIC “First Pages” Event , 4pm, Adams Library
Wednesday, October 23: “Stories of Our Work: Material Conditions, Pedagogy, and Participatory Action” by Dr. Michelle LaFrance, George Mason University. 4:15 p.m., Faculty Center.
Wednesday, November 6: 3:00-4:00pm, C-L 202: Jeffrey Baluch, “Addressing Plagiarism in the Classroom