The University of Alabama’s Department of Philosophy has invited Dr. Anya Plutynski (Washington University, St. Louis) to present a talk, “Explaining Cancer” on February 9, 2023 from 7:30pm-9:00pm in ten Hoor Hall, room 125. This event is open to the public and all are welcome. If you have any questions, please contact Lesley Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Kilroy visits a mysterious dead-end town inhabited by a cast of reprehensible misfits whose company is deserving of one another. Among this eccentric group is Don Quixote, Hugo’s Esmerelda, Casanova himself, and the great English poet, Lord Byron. With virtually no redeeming qualities surrounding these eccentric characters, this play by Tennessee Williams, one of America’s most prolific playwrights, personifies his
Dr. Daniel Odess, with the National Park Service, will present an ALLELE seminar titled, "Tracks in the Sand: White Sands National Park and the Peopling of the Americas."
Dr. Jolene Hubbs’s book, Class, Whiteness, and Southern Literature, explores the role that representations of poor white people play in shaping both middle-class American identity and major American literary movements and genres across the long twentieth century.