2019-20 Graduate Workshop Registration
Please use this form to confirm your participation in one of the English Department's Graduate Workshops. If you are signing up for multiple workshops, please fill out different forms for each.
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Lainey Feingold (disability rights lawyer and author) - "Who Gets to Create, Who Gets to Consume: Digital Media, Disability, and US Law" - September 9, 2019
Ania Loomba (University of Pennsylvania) - "The Possibilities of Comparative Critique: Reading Gender, Race and Caste" - October 3, 2019
Justine S. Murison (University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign) - American literature and culture - Oct. 24, 2019
Tim Lloyd (Senior Advisor for Partnerships, American Folklore Society) - "The Institutional History and Ecology of Folklore Studies in the US" - February 12, 2020
Louis Maraj (University of Pittsburgh) & Pritha Prasad (University of Kansas) - "Frameworks for Race Work: Worldmaking as Anti/Racist Rhetoric" - February 17, 2020
Tim Lloyd (Senior Advisor for Partnerships, American Folklore Society) - "Finding Funding for Your Work in Folklore Studies" - March 4, 2020
Rebecca Walton (Utah State University) - "Ethical Research Design" - March 6th, 2020
John King (Ohio State, emeritus) - Renaissance literature and culture - April 10, 2020
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