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Literature - Programs and Posters

Literature - Programs and Posters

 

Recent Submissions

  • Marshall, Megan; Bernard, April; Wunderlich, Mark; Anastas, Benjamin (Moderator) (2017-04-26)
    Poster for a lecture and panel with Megan Marshall, April 2017.
  • Christie, Heather; Schomburg, Zachary; Hayes, Terrance; Nadelberg, Amanda; Schiff, Robyn; Threthewey, Natasha (2017-03)
    Poster for the Poetry at Bennington lecture series, Spring 2017.
  • Allen, Esther; Constantine, Peter; Weinberger, Eliot (2017-03)
    Poster for Bennington Translates lecture series.
  • Unknown author (1976-11)
  • Unknown author (1975-11-11)
  • Rekdal, Paisley (Judge) (2016-05-02)
    Judge • PAISLEY REKDAL Professor of creative writing and the author of four books of poems and a memoir. Herlatest collection, Imaginary Vessels, is forthcoming this year from Copper Canyon. All Bennington College ...
  • Query, Patrick (2015-10-07)
    PATRICK QUERY (Associate Professor of English, West Point) ... is a specialist in 20th-century British and Irish literature. Much of his work deals with the period between the two World Wars, T.S. Eliot and Evelyn Waugh, ...
  • Kieffer, Jonas (2015-10-08)
    Jonas Kieffer's plans to become a historian became history when a new, New Jersey governor called and asked if he would consider writing speeches instead of enrolling in graduate school. During the years since, Jonas ...
  • White, Orlando; Koestenbaum, Wayne; Simic, Charles, 1938-; Hong, Cathy Park (Professor at Sarah Lawrence College) (2016)
    ORLANDO WHITE | WEDNESDAY | MARCH 9 | Orlando White is from Tólikan, Arizona. He is Diné of the Naaneesht’ézhi Tábaahí and born for the Naakai Diné'e. White earned a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts and an ...
  • Smallwood, Christine (2016-03-02)
    The book review is often maligned for being hackish, dull, irrelevant, or just plain snarky. So why does it persist? This talk will explore reviewing as an art of critical intimacy and offer practical advice to first-time ...
  • Goldstein, Ann, '71; Alfano, Barbara; Anastas, Benjamin (2016-03-20)
    A public dialogue with Ann Goldstein ’71 about the seductions of Elena Ferrante’s fiction, an absent author, and a patient work of translation that has enthralled readers. BARBARA ALFANO is the author of The Mirage ...
  • Mariani, Darcia (2016-02-29)
    In Medieval and Early Modern Europe, writing was considered almost biologically incompatible with the bodies of women. The only women who had available to them the peace and the time for study were either those who dedicated ...
  • Moser, Benjamin (2016-04-06)
    On October 3, 1973, Susan Sontag, already famous for her ground-breaking essay collection Against Interpretation (1966), traveled to Bennington to deliver what the Literature and Languages faculty thought would be a lecture. ...
  • Reeves, Roger; Lasky, Dorothea, 1978-; Messer, Sarah; Barot, Rick, 1969-; Davis, Olena Kalytiak (2015)
    Poetry at Bennington is a series of readings, lectures, and talks by prominent American and internationally recognized poets that takes place on the Bennington College campus. It was established in 2012 with generous support ...
  • Baltar, Ryan (Bennington); Carter, Kameryn (Bennington); Casey, Isabella (Bennington); Cullen, Rory (Bennington); Haskell, Parke (Bennington); Kochi, Kione (Bennington); Pacitto, Jessica (Bennington); Brown, Genevieve (Sarah Lawrence); Barnsness, Lucy Dunphy (Sarah Lawrence); Chowdhury, Niyonta (Sarah Lawrence); Hilliard, Kamden (Sarah Lawrence); McGlothlin, Faith (Sarah Lawrence); Peone, Dina (Sarah Lawrence); Snellings, Maria (Sarah Lawrence) (2015-05-01)
    Date, time and place of event : Friday May 1, 2015, 7pm, Franklin Living Room. Seven poetry students from Bennington will read their work with seven creative writing students from Sarah Lawrence College. This is the first ...
  • Unknown author (2015)
    Date, time and place of events : SOCIETY, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT April 27,2015, 1:00 pm, Barn 240. SCIENCES, MATH, AND ENVIRONMENT, April 27, 2015, 1:00 pm, Dickinson 232. LITERATURE April 27, 2015, 7:00 pm, Barn 124. DANCE ...
  • Hong, Cathy Park (Professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Judge) (2015-04-13)
    Deadline Monday April 13, 2015. Bennington College Students are eligible to enter. Winner receives $100 and official recognition from The Academy of Poets. Submit three poems (each on a separate sheet of paper, bound ...
  • Anastas, Benjamin (Moderator); Begley, Adam (Panelist); Miller, Laura (Panelist); Pritchard, William H. (Panelist) (2015-04-08)
    John Updike led the most charmed life in the history of American letters. So why has his reputation slipped in recent years? Is Updike a major American writer worthy of his seat in the pantheon, or a master stylist ...
  • Bogen, Louise 1897-1970 (1962-10-11)
    It is sometimes a good thing--a fortunate development--when a piece of writing turns out to be quite different from what its author originally planned....I intended this paper which I am about to read to you, to be a ...
  • Hyman, Stanley Edgar (Bennington College, 1946-04-12)
    "Last July we celebrated the centennial of Henry David Thoreau's retirement to Walden Pond. Almost twice as many old ladies as usual made the pilgrimage to Concord, to see the shrine containing his furniture, and to Walden, ...

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