Calendar of Events

Unless otherwise noted, all events are open to the public and free of charge.

Summer 2008

5/15/08

“Is Sex Everything?” Dale Bauer (Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) will be presenting her paper. She is the author of the forthcoming Sex Expression and American Women Writers, 1860-1940 (2009), Edith Wharton’s Brave New Politics (1994), and Feminist Dialogics: A Theory of Failed Community (1988), as well as the editor of the Cambridge Companion to Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing (2001). 4 PM. Ruth McQuown Room (219 Dauer Hall). Sponsored by the Department of English and the Americanist group.

7/19/08

Jane Austen Society of North America. The Gainesville Chapter of JASNA will meet to discuss Sanditon, both Austen’s uncompleted fragment and completed versions by various authors. 12-2 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Tower Road Branch. For more information, contact Amy Robinson <arobin@english.ufl.edu>.

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Spring 2008

1/10/08

MFA faculty William Logan will read new and published poetry. 7:30 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Main Branch (401 East University Avenue).

1/14/08

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will provide public forums for candidates to present their research and teaching interests. Eric Pritchard will have his research presentation at 2 PM in 219 Dauer.

1/15/08

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will provide public forums for candidates to present their research and teaching interests. Eric Pritchard will have his teaching presentation at 10 AM in 219 Dauer.

1/16/08

Empire of Dreams: Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of Stephen Spielberg. Andrew Gordon discusses his new book. Talk, questions, and a wine reception following. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

Empire of Dreams: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of Steven Spielberg
1/17/08

“Jews and Muslims in Recent French Cinema.” Catherine Portuges (Graduate Program Director in Comparative Literature, Program in Film Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Curator of the Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival). 4 PM, 215 Dauer Hall. For more information, contact Sylvie E. Blum <sylblum@grove.ufl.edu>. Sponsored by the France-Florida Research Institute.

1/21–1/25/08

"Monuments of a Movement: Children's Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Evolution of the Civil Rights" English Ph.D. students Angelique Nixon, Marlo David, Craig Smith, and Marlon Moorehelped the Black Graduate Student Organization partner with Duval Fine Arts Elementary School for the MLK Celebration 2008 to produce an exhibit of sculptured monuments created by Duval students (in grades one through five). Reitz Union Art Gallery.

1/21/08

Tournées French Film Festival 2008. Indigènes [Days of Glory]. (Dir. Rachid Bouchareb, 2006.) 6:30 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.

Tournees French Film Festival
1/24/08

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will provide public forums for candidates to present their research and teaching interests. Adam Banks will give his research presentation at 2 PM in 219 Dauer.

1/24/08

Poetry reading by Debora Greger in celebration of her appointment as the first UF Dunlevie Term Professor of the Honors Program. 6:30 PM. Ustler Hall Atrium.

1/25/08

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will provide public forums for candidates to present their research and teaching interests. Adam Banks will give his teaching presentation at 1 PM in 215 Dauer.

1/25–1/27/08

FLEX,” the Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival, the annual showcase for short media by national and international artists, will take place at several venues in Gainesville. For more information, see the FLEX WWW site.

1/28/08

Tournées French Film Festival 2008. Les Amitiés maléfiques [Poison Friends]. (Dir. Emmanuel Bourdieu, 2006.) 7 & 9 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.

Tournees French Film Festival
2/1/08

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will provide public forums for candidates to present their research and teaching interests. Qwo-Li Driskill will give his research presentation at 10 AM in Dauer 219 and his teaching presentation at 2 PM in Dauer 215.

2/7–2/9/08

The Department of English’s Seventh Annual “American Cultures” symposium, “Futures of American Studies: A Conference in Honor of David Leverenz,” will include presentations by UF English faculty Marsha Bryant, Kim Emery, Andrew M. Gordon, Tace Hedrick, Susan Hegeman, Julie Chun Kim, Debra Walker King, David Leverenz, Leah Rosenberg, Jodi Schorb, Malini Johar Schueller, Stephanie A. Smith, LaMonda Horton-Stallings, Phillip E. Wegner, Ed White and invited speakers Vivian Pollak (Washington University) and Priscilla Wald (Duke University). The conference website has full schedule information.

Futures of American Studies: A Conference in Honor of David Leverenz
 
2/7/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students John Hart and Tarah Dunn will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

2/9/08

Jane Austen Society of North America. The Gainesville Chapter of JASNA will meet to hear member Gert Desjardin present on the controversies surrounding the portraits of Jane Austen. 12–2 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Tower Road Branch. For more information, contact Amy Robinson <arobin@english.ufl.edu>.

2/11/08

Tournées French Film Festival 2008. L’Iceberg [The Iceberg]. (Dirs. Abel/Gordon/Romy, 2005.) 7 & 9 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.

Tournees French Film Festival
2/14/08

Museum Nights.Valentine’s Day poetry reading by the students of Debora Greger’s CRW 4906 class. 7:30 PM. Harn Museum of Art.

2/14/08

MFA@FLA Poetry Reading. MFA students Chris Shannon and Hayden Draper will read from their poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

2/15/08

“Shakespeare in Song.” Singer/songwriter Diane Nalini will discuss some of the joys and challenges of setting Shakespeare’s songs to music. Diane’s third CD is “Songs of Sweet Fire,” a collection of 15 songs and sonnets from the plays of William Shakespeare for which Diane wrote and performed original music. She will play excerpts of jazz, blues, pop and folk settings from Twelfth
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, Othello, Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and others. 4 PM. Room 2205, New Physics Building. Sponsored by the Department of Physics.

2/15–2/16/08

Germany and Turkey: (Trans)National Cultures, Migration, and Issues of Citizenship. On Friday, Roland Suso Richter’s Eine Hand voll Gras (2000) and Fatih Akin’s Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul (2005) will be screened in CBD 210 and CBD 310 respectively starting at 5:10 PM. On Saturday, Leslie Adelson (Cornell University), Keith Bullivant (University of Florida), Jim Jordan (University of Warwick, United Kingdom),Barbara Mennel (University of Florida), and Lydia Potts (University of Oldenburg, Germany) will speak starting at 10 AM in Dauer 219. Organized by Keith Bullivant (Professor, Germanic and Slavic Studies) and Barbara Mennel (Assistant Professor, Germanic and Slavic Studies and Film and Media Studies, English). For questions, please contact: <mennel@ufl.edu>.

2/18/08

Tournées French Film Festival 2008. Qui a tué Bambi [Who Killed Bambi?] (Dir. Gilles Marchand, 2006.) 6:30 & 9 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.

Tournees French Film Festival
2/19/08

“Technology and Literature: Some Legacies of Verne and Wells.” Terry Harpold (UF, English) will give an invited lecture for Oak Hammock’s Institute for Learning in Retirement. 10 AM. For more information, contact the Institute’s Dean of Residents.

2/20/08

The Indian Clerk. David Leavitt discusses his new book. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

The Indian Clerk
2/22–2/23/08

2008 Florida Writers Festival. Public readings and seminars by invited authors and poets, including John Barth, Eileen Pollack, Craig Raine, and C.K. Williams. Room 1A, Smathers Library East. For full schedule information and writers’ biographies, please click on the poster.

2008 Writers' Festival
2/25/08

French Film Festival 2008. Le Petit Lieutenant [The Little Lieutenant]. (Dir. Xavier Beauvois, 2005.) 7 & 9:30 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville. There will be a wine and cheese reception between 8:45 and 9:30 PM.

Tournees French Film Festival
2/27/08

Citizen’s Body: Desire, Health, and the Social in Victorian England. Pamela Gilbert discusses her new book. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

Citizen's Body: Desire, Health, and the Social in Victorian England
2/28/08

One Community One Story: “Old Savannah in the New South: John Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” Jordan Dominy (PhD candidate English) will speak on John Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, the book chosen for the seventh annual “One Community One Story” for Gainesville and surrounding communities. Dominy will examine Berendt’s portrayal of Savannah as a place insistent on the values of the Old South and whether or not this portrayal is flattering or justified. He will speak for 45 minutes, leaving time for questions and discussion. 3-4:30 PM. Room 1A, Smathers Library (East). For a complete listing of “One Community One Story”events, go to <http://thehipp.org/programs/onecity.php>.

2/28/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Cosme Caballero and Magdalen Powers will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

2/29/08

“Complex Ecologies of Narrative and Data: Moveable Type and Only Revolutions.” N. Katherine Hayles, Hillis Professor of Literature in English and Media Arts, University of California, Los Angeles. 4–6 PM, Pugh Hall 120. Earlier in the day, Professor Hayles will lead a graduate student seminar based on her forthcoming book Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary. 10:30–11:30 AM, Digital Worlds Institute REVE (Research, Education and Visualization Environment). For more information, click on the poster thubnail, left, or contact Elise Takehana.

Complex Ecologies of Narrative & Data: Moveable Type & Only Revolutions
3/6/08

MFA faculty Sidney Wade will read new and published poetry. 7:30 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Main Branch (401 East University Avenue).

Stroke
3/19/08

Metamorphosis and Other Stories. Michael Hofmann will read from his new translation of stories by Franz Kafka. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

Metamorphosis and Other Stories
3/20/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Randy Romano and Kate Sweeney will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

3/21–3/22/08

“ImageSexT: Intersections of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality,” UF’s sixth annual Comics Conference. Confirmed keynote speakers include:

  • Sally Cruikshank, animator and producer for Sesame Street, animator of Quasi at the Quackadero, Face Like a Frog, Chow Fun, and numerous titles and animation sequences for television and film
  • Phoebe Gloeckner (published by Cleis Press, Fantagraphics, Frog, Ltd., and RE/Search), author of The Diary of A Teenage Girl, A Child’s Life and Other Stories, and illustrator of The Good Vibrations Guide to Sex, 3rd edition, The RE/Search Guide to Bodily Fluids, Brenda Love’s Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices, and the RE/Search illustrated edition of J.G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition; Assistant Professor of Art and Design, University of Michigan
  • Gail Simone (published by DC Comics, Marvel, and Oni Press), writer for Birds of Prey, Welcome to Tranquility, All-New Atom, Wonder Woman, Villains United, Secret Six, Action Comics, The Legion, Killer Princesses, Deadpool, and Gen¹³.

For more information, including the call for papers, see the conference WWW site, at <http://conference08.comic-studies.org/>.

Imagesext: Intersections of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality
3/24/08

Motherland Afghanistan. Former UF English MA student Sedika Mojadidi’s film has its Gainesville premier. 6:30 and 8:30 PM. Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville.

3/27/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Michele Lee and Sharon Linz will read from their fiction and poetry. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

3/27–3/29/08

“Whither Culture?: Toward Histories, Futures, Theories, and Productions of the Social,” the Tenth Annual Conference of the Marxist Reading Group. Keynote speakers: Michael Denning (William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American Studies at Yale University), Paula Rabinowitz (Samuel Russell Chair in the Humanities at the University of Minnesota), Andrew Ross (Department Chair of Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University), and Sergio Vega (Photography and Sculpture, UF).

For more information, including the call for papers, see the conference WWW site.

"Whither Culture?: Toward HIstories, Futures, Theories, and Productions of the Social
3/31/08

Metamorphosis: Reading Franz Kafka. The evening will include readings from the original and the translation of Kafka’s Metamorphosis, panel presentations and discussion. Speakers will include Nora Alter, Pamela Gilbert, Michael Hofmann, Eric Kilgerman, John Leavey, Ralf Remshardt, Galili Shahar, and Shephard Steiner. 4–7PM, Room of the Friends of Music (Music Building, second floor). A joint event of the Center for Jewish Studies, the English Department and the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies.

Metamorphosis: Reading Franz Kafka
4/3/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Daniel O’Malley and Lee Pinkas will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

4/5/08

Jane Austen Society of North America. The Gainesville Chapter of JASNA will meet to discuss Sense and Sensibility. 12–2 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Tower Road Branch. For more information, contact Amy Robinson <arobin@english.ufl.edu>.

4/7/08

Gender Conversations: An Open Forum for Research Discussion: Brown Bag Lecture Series. LaMonda Horton-Stallings will help answer “Central Questions about Black Women, Excellence, Sports, and Sex Work: (In Defense of Nappy Headed Hos and Other Women Who Sell Body).” 11:30 AM – 1 PM. Ustler Hall, 3rd Floor Library Area. Contact Dr. Stephanie Evans at the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research or click on this link for more information.

4/10/08

“Sailing the South Pacific with Jules and Paul Verne: The Kip Brothers.” Jean-Michel Margot (President, North American Jules Verne Society) will speak on the newly-translated 1902 novel by Verne. Co-sponsored by the Department of English and the France-Florida Research Institute. 2–3:30 PM. CSE E119.

Sailing the South Pacific with Jules and Paul Verne: The Kip Brothers
4/10/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Charity Burns and Liz Femiano will read from their fiction and poetry. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

4/14/08

MEMS April Stammtisch Graduate Talk. Katherine Shaeffer, a first year MA student in the Department of English, will present “Tricks and Mystics: Alchemy in Renaissance Literature.” 4 PM. MEMS Reading Room, Dauer 237. For more information, please contact Randi Marie Smith <randims@english.ufl.edu>

4/17/08

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Felice Lopez and Curtis D’Costa will read from their fiction and poetry. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

4/20/08

Honors Fiction Reading. Students from the Spring 2008 Honors Fiction class will read from their work. 3 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

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Fall 2007

9/13/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Kate Megear and Phoebe North will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

9/20/07

“Why’d You Have to Make a Record ’Bout Me: Radical and Profane Narratives of Gender and Sexuality in Female Hip-Hop and Dancehall Culture.” A panel discussion led by LaMonda Horton Stallings, who will read from her new book Mutha’ is Half a Word: Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular, Myth, and Queerness in Black Female Culture. 7–9 PM. Ustler Hall Atrium.

Mutha is Half a Word
9/20/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Eric Smith and Jason Stuart will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

9/27/07

MFA faculty Jill Ciment, David Leavitt, Padgett Powell, and Mary Robison will read from their published fiction and works in progress. 8 PM. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art.

9/28/07

“Showcasing the Possibilities.” The Department will take part in the College of Liberal Arts and Science’s open house and expo. 9 AM–3 PM. Dauer Hall, Keene Faculty Center.

10/3/07

Time Frames: Japanese Cinema and the Unfolding of History. Scott Nygren discusses his new book. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

Time Frames
10/4/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Kevin Hyde and Todd Styles will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

10/8/07

“The Role of Women's Discourse, Men’s Honor, and Domestic Abuse in María de Zayas’s The Disenchantments of Love. Horacio Sierra will present a paper for the MEMS Stammtish Graduate Forum. 4 PM. Dauer Hall 237.

10/11/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students K.P. Giordano and Ellen Snead will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

10/11/07

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will hold its first meeting of the Fall 2007 semester. Meeting topics include a schedule for future meetings, planning for the pending search in this field, and a review of the University of Florida Faculty Recruitment Toolkit. 3 PM. Turlington 4303D.

10/13/07

“Gloria Anzaldúa and Gabriela Mistral, Queering the Cosmic Race: Crossing the Bridge between U.S. Latina/o and Latin American Studies.” Tace Hedrick will give a keynote speech for “El arte de (con)vivir/The art of (co)existence,” the Third Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Hispanic/Latin American Literatures, Linguistics and Cultures. The Colloquium is sponsored by UF’s Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and runs from October 11–13. Professor Hedrick}s speech will take place from 2–3:30 PM, in the Ruth McQuown Room, Dauer Hall 219.

10/18/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Claire Barwise and Diana Smith will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

10/18/07

“Authors Readers Theatre.” Children’s and young adult authors Avi, Walter Dean Myers, Pam Muñoz Ryan, and Sarah Weeks collaboratively performing excerpts of their novels, followed by a question and answer session and a book signing. The event is free of charge and open to the public, but seating is limited to 500 people, with tickets being distributed at the door. Co-sponsored by The Center for Children’s Literature and Culture, the Alachua Public Library District, and the P.K. Yonge Performing Arts Center. 7 PM. P.K. Yonge Performing Arts Center. For more information, contact Ramona Caponegro at <caponera@english.ufl.edu>.

10/18-10/19/07

“As I Imagine: Fantasy • Identity • Politics.” The Seventh Annual English Graduate Association (EGO) Interdisciplinary Conference. Keynote speakers include Beverly Lyon Clark (Professor of English, Wheaton College) and Carl Freedman (Professor of English, Louisiana State University). See the EGO WWW site for a conference schedule and calendar of events.

As I Imagine
10/20/07

Jane Austen Society of North America. The North Florida chapter of JASNA will meet from 12–2 PM to discuss Northanger Abbey. Alachua County Public Library, Tower Road Branch (3020 SW 75th Street). For more information, contact Amy Robinson <arobin@english.ufl.edu>.

10/23/07

Exile, Judaism and Literary Criticism: Erich Auerbach, the 50th Anniversary of His Death.” A symposium chaired by Judith Page, with the participation of William Calin (UF, Romance Languages and Literatures), Dragan Kujundzic (UF, Jewish Studies), Esther Romeyn (UF, Jewish Studies), and Galili Shahar (UF, Germanic and Slavic Studies). The symposium is co-sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies and the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies. 4:30–6 PM, Ruth McQuown, 219 Dauer Hall.

10/25/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Beth Ferda and Tony Luebbert will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

10/28/07

Jill Ciment will read from her new novel Heroic Measures. 2 PM. Alachua County Public Library, Main Branch (401 East University Avenue).

11/1/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Matt Frazer and Yew Leong Lee will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

11/7/07

Mutha’ is Half a Word: Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular Myth, and Queerness in Female Black Culture. LaMonda Horton Stallings discusses her new book. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

Mutha is Half a Word
11/8/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA student Emily Kissell and visiting poet Meredith Walters (winner of the Anhinga Prive for Poetry) will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

11/8/07

1984. As a prelude to The Actors’ Gang performance of a stage version of George Orwell’s 1984 on November 13, there will be a screening of Michael Radford’s 1984 film of the novel starring John Hurt and Richard Burton. The screening will be introduced by Maureen Turim and Phillip Wegner, who will also lead a post-screening discussion. 7 PM. Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Building B, Room 211.

11/11/07

UF alumnus Jeff Parker (BS 1996), now an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Eastern Michigan University, will read from his recently published first novel, Ovenman. 2 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

11/13/07

“A Novel about Mathematicians: Writing The Indian Clerk.” David Leavitt will read from and discuss his novel The Indian Clerk, based on the story of G.H. Hardy’s collaboration with Srinivasa Ramanujan. The talk is co-sponsored by UF’s Department of Mathematics. 4 PM. ESE 121. Reception afterwards (5 PM) in the Department of Mathematics Atrium, LIT 339.

The Indian Clerk
11/15/07

MFA@FLA Fiction & Poetry Reading. MFA students Ian Gazarek and Jenna Wood will read from their fiction and poetry in progress. 8 PM. Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue.

11/20/07

Droidmaker: George Lucas and the Digital Revolution. Educator, author, filmmaker, and entrepreneur Michael Rubin will give a presentation based on his behind-the-scenes account of the Lucasfilm Computer Division. Sponsored by UF’s Center for Children’s Literature and Culture. 4 PM Ustler Hall Atrium. For more information, contact Ramona Caponegro <caponera@english.ufl.edu>.

Droidmaker
11/29/07

The Art of Poetry,” a reading of original work by students in Debora Greger’s MFA poetry workshop. 7 PM. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art.

12/03/07

The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Center’s December Stammtisch Talk will also be a semester's end potluck. MEMS will provide coffee and punch and those attending are encouraged to bring a cookies, sweets, or savories. English doctoral candidate Kristin Smith will present “Beyond the Pale: Uses of Garden Imagery by some Early Modern Women Poets.” 4 PM. Dauer 237. For more information, contact Randi Marie Smith at <randims@english.ufl.edu>.

12/05/07

“Image Noise.” A free public screening of new videos by students in Scott Nygren’s (UF, English) Fall 2007 undergraduate video production seminar. 7:30 PM. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art.

12/18/07

The Department’s Composition and Rhetoric Search Committee will meet on Tuesday, December 18, 2007 in Turlington 4303D to review University of Florida recruitment policies regarding interviews and to plan for upcoming MLA interviews in light of those policies.

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