EGSA Digest 9.5.14

Salvete!

(10 of you just shuddered in a terrible flash of deja vu.) Good job breaking ice and eating ice cream last week, everyone. Let’s announce some things.
19th CRS, TODAY
  • Today, 3:30 PM, Armstrong Browning Library Lecture Hall
  • Heidi Seward and Daniel Benyousky will be delivering papers.
  • If you like Jane Austen, Aristole, John Keats, W. H. Auden, Heidi, Daniel, or things that are over a hundred years old (but not more than 215 years old), this is the event for you.
 
MRRS, TODAY
  • 2:30 PM in Jones Library 200
  • Dr. Jeffrey Hamilton of Baylor University will be speaking.
  • York + Lancaster = (Chivalrous) Yorkaster?
EGSA Photos and Bios
  • Send Adam your (square-cropped) photo and (brief, professional) bio today. Or at least this weekend.
  • If you don’t, risk being represented visually by a photo of one of the Marshalls’ cats.
  • On the bright side, they are cute cats.
EGSA Dues
  • $10 to David Smith (findable in CS 413)
  • He promises he won’t take it to Vegas.
  • We promise we’ll put on some good social and professional events.
 
SET Seminar: Tuesday, Sept 9
Marilynne Robinson, 2014 Albaugh Lecture, Tues,  Sept 11
  • “Reconceiving Realism: The Case for a Deeper Attention”
  • Bennet Auditorium (also known as) Draper 172
  • If John Ames is one of your favorite literary characters, this is for you. If he is not, please examine your soul.
  • We have some really excellent writers coming to campus this year. Don’t miss out.
Armstrong Browning Library Open House, Friday, Sept 12
  • 3:30-4:45 PM
  • Hosted by the ABL and the 19th CRS
  • They’re promising manuscripts and tours.
  • If you ever wanted to see what’s in a research library’s medicine cabinets and sock drawers, now is your chance.
  • It is a pretty gorgeous building, and if you don’t like old bits of paper, what are you doing here?
Call for Papers, Braniff Conference in the Liberal Arts (Jan 31)
  • BGSA invites EGSA to send in abstracts for BCLA.
  • See the attached flier.
Are you still reading? Please stop, I’m done.
Elizabeth Fredericks
Mme. Secretary