20th/21st Century Studies Spring Workshop Series


Today’s final lunch event in the 20th/21st Century Studies Spring Workshop Series for graduate students. Join us for a casual exchange with Jason Nielsen and Madison Priest on their dissertation-based innovative works in progress.

12:30-1:30 in Conference Room 3307

All are invited!
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The aim of the monthly 20th/21st Century Studies Workshop Series is for graduate students to come together informally around our largely independent research and work in progress focused in the 20th or 21st century: to learn about each other’s projects, give or get feedback, and build community through our related fields. Presenters are doctoral students and candidates in the GC English department. All interested parties are welcome!

Discussions range from museum collaboration to a conference paper in gestation, to different stages of dissertation work:

Feb. 26 – Zebulah Baldwin
Mar. 18 – Elizabeth Goetz
Apr. 1 – Michele Chinitz, 1st part; Stefano Morello, 2nd part
May 6 – Jason Nielsen, 1st part; Madison Priest, 2nd part

The  series meets one Friday each month at 12.30, for 45 or 60 min.

Supported by the student-run DSC 20th Century Studies Group and organized through the English department 20th/21st Century Area Group.