The URI English graduate seminar in poetry presents and evening of poetry at the Willett Free Library, 45 Ferry Road, Saunderstown, RI on December 9th at 7:30. Event is free and open to the public, refreshments will be served.
EXPRESS YOURSELF, Wednesdays at 7:00 PM, URI’s Slam Poetry Club meets in the Multicultural center rm 203, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Mon 12/7 1:00, Gerald Benoit, “Information Visualization Ecosystem: there’s room for all,” Galanti Lounge, URI Library
Come see Gerald Benoit from GSLIS Simmons College present “Information Visualization Ecosystem: there’s room for all” Monday Dec. 7th at 1:00PM Galanti Lounge, URI Library, KIngston, RI
Join us for the Humanities Grant Panel! Who: Karim Boughida, Cat Sama, Andrea Rusnock, and Evelyn Stern When: Thursday December 10th from 12:00 to 1:15 PM Where: Memorial Union Room 360
2016 Humanities Festival Keynote: Dr. Kim Paffenroth, “I Want to Know What Love Is”: Hellish and Heavenly Loves, from Dante to The Walking Dead Date: Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm Place: Doody Auditorium, Swan Hall 60 Upper College Rd Kingston, RI 02881
See the veteran experience through art on the providence campus, through Dec. 11: http://bit.ly/1YdMxBT
See New Paintings by Irene Lawrence at URI Fine Arts Center through Dec. 10th: http://bit.ly/1j44eDU
Career advising services from the Center for Career and Experiential Education will now be more accessible than ever to Humanities students–many of whom do ost of their coursework in or around Swan Hall. Jenna Visinho from CCEE will be in the Center for Humanities outer office located at Swan 175G every Tuesday from 9-12. Wondering […]
Swan Hall, 154, The Hoffmann Room 60 Upper College Rd, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881, USA English Department Professor of Creative Writing Mary Cappello will speak about the research she conducted while at the American Academy of Berlin. For more information see: http://events.uri.edu/event/english_department_faculty_speaker_series_-_professor_mary_cappello
Swan Hall, 154, The Hoffmann Room 60 Upper College Rd, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881, USA English Ph.D. candidate and CFH Research Grant Award Winner Amy Foley will present her work on Faulkner’s Phenomenology: “Lived” Spaces in Fictive Southern Architecture. For more information see: http://events.uri.edu/event/english_department_graduate_colloquium_-_amy_foley
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