Information about the Graduate Workshop Requirement for MA/PhD students can be found on the Coursework page.
20th-21st Century Workshop and Lecture
Peter Kalliney, University of Kentucky
September 21, 2015
1:00-2:30 Public Lecture - 311 Denney Hall, 164 W. 17th Avenue
African Literary Institutions and Cold War Diplomacy
3:00-5:00 Graduate Workshop - 316 Denney Hall, 164 W. 17th Avenue
CLR James: Anticolonial Theorist, Marxist Intellectual, or Cold War Conscript?
Coordinator: Tommy Davis
To register for the workshop, please sign up on Buckeye Link for 1 credit of English 8193 with Tommy Davis, course number 25389.
American Workshop and Lecture
Ellen Garvey, New Jersey City University
October 1-2, 2015, time and location to be announced
Coordinator: Beth Hewitt
To register for the workshop, please sign up on Buckeye Link for 1 credit of English 8193 with Beth Hewitt, course number 25376.
History of the Book Workshop
Randall McLeod, University of Toronto
March 29, 2016
Coordinator: Alan Farmer
To register for the workshop, please sign up on Buckeye Link for 1 credit of English 8193 with Alan Farmer, course number 26820.
Rhetoric, Composition Literacy Studies Workshop
Carmen Kynard, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
"Ain't New to This": Black Lives Matter and the New Black Campus Movement
March 31, 2016
Dr. Kynard's public lecture and workshop is sponsored by the English Departmetn Corbett Lecture endowment, and will be part of the campus-wide Black Lives Matter in the Classroom Symposium.
Coordinators: Scott DeWitt and Wendy Hesford
To register for the workshop, please sign up on Buckeye Link for 1 credit of English 8193 with Scott DeWitt, course number 26817.
Timothy Graham, University of New Mexico
April 4-5, 2016
Coordinator: Drew Jones
To register for the workshop, please sign up on Buckeye Link for 1 credit of English 8193 with Drew Jones, course number 26818.
British Literature Nancy Yousef, City University of New York
Film Studies Terri Francis, Indiana University
Human Rights Julietta Hua, University of California San Diego
Kane Lecture D.A. Miller, University of California Berkeley
Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies Jonathan Alexander, University of California Irvine
18th Century Jonathan Kramnick, Johns Hopkins University
Disability Studies Bridget Haas, Case Western Reserve University
Human Rights Elora Chowdhury, University of Massachusetts
Renaissance (Kane Lecture) Stephen Orgel, Stanford University
Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies (Corbett Lecture) Margaret Price, Spelman College
US Ethnic and Postcolonial Lisa Tatonetti, Kansas State University
20th-21st Century (Kane Lecture) Ramón Saldívar, Stanford University
American Lisa Gitelman, New York University
Folklore Donald Haase, Wayne State University
Human Rights Eunjung Kim, University of Wisconsin Madison
Narrative Alan Nadel, University of Kentucky
Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies Sara Webb-Sunderhaus, Indiana-Purdue University Ft. Wayne
19th Century British Leah Price, Harvard University
Human Rights Anne Cubilie, Consultant in Gender, Human Rights, and Education at the United Nations and Wendy Kozol, Oberlin College
Literacy Studies/Folklore/Linguistics Kirk Hazen, University of West Virginia
Medieval and Renaissance James Simpson, Harvard University
Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies Arabella Lyon, SUNY Buffalo
U.S. Ethnic and Postcolonial (Kane Lecture) Lisa Lowe, University of California San Diego