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First Fridays Speaker Series: Graduate Student Papers from the Ralph Ellison Seminar
Event Type:Seminars/Lectures
Location:Hamilton Smith Hall, room 101
 
Friday, February 01, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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College of Liberal Arts (COLA),Diversity,Public
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English Department
862-1313

Join us for a First Fridays lecture featuring presentations by English graduate students from the Ralph Ellison Seminar on Friday, February 1st. This event is free and open to the public. Featured speakers include:

Luke Dietrich - "'To Say Nothing': Invisible Man and the Mis-Reading of Booker T. Washington"

Brittany Hoxie - "An Ocular Catharsis: A Reflection on Invisible Man, Mask Negation, and the Condition of "Not See[ing] [One's] self as others see-[one]-not"

Anna Zoeller - "Continuities in Invisible Man on DuBois's 19th Century Biblical Exegesis and the Trope of the Veil."
 

Please visit the UNH Critical Race and Gender Studies Working Group blog for information about upcoming events: 

http://unhcrgs.weebly.com/upcoming-events.html

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