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Coveting Nature explores the ways in which botanists and entomologists worked in tandem with artists and illustrators to record and disseminate knowledge in the early modern period (1500-1800).
This exhibition showcases the literary archives of Gwendolyn E. Brooks (1917–2000), Illinois Poet Laureate and the first black winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
Jessica Nicholas (Ph.D. candidate and Course Coordinator of French 101 & 102) in panel discussion on ‘Oral Proficiency and the Language Curriculum'.
Picturing the Law: Visual Culture and Legal Publishing Featuring: Michael Widener, Rare Book Librarian, from the Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale Law School In his talk, Widener will discuss the exhibition and explore the tradition of illustrating the law in books from the Middle Ages to the present day.
FRIT Forum talk by Ph.D. Candidate Nick Strole, titled: “Migrating Narratives and Narratives of Migration: Myth, Retelling, and Community in Wajdi Mouawad’s Le Sang des promesses."
Our first meeting will be co-lead by Kate Norcross and Kelly Williams (English), and we will be discussing Vis and Ramin, an 11th-century Persian romance.
6 pm Reception 7 pm Habitual Sadness Screening followed by conversation with Director BYUN Young-joo
FRIT Forum talk by doctoral student Camille Meritan, titled: “Self-evaluations in the acquisition of French as an L2.”