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The Gregory J. Power Poetry Competition
(Left to right) Aley Waterman, "While You Were Sleeping" (Hon. Mention); Iain McCurdy, "Mist" (2nd place); Mark Butt, "Resettlement" (1st place) and Hon. Mention, "Love is, Life is"; and Michelle Rowsell, "The Last Boat of 20 Union street" (Jereboam Poetry Award) Missing from the picture: Eva Crocker, "The Tail End of Something" (3rd place); Scott Heffernan- Vickers: "Emma" (Hon. Mention) and Gary Newhook, "Widow" (Hon. Mention)
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Renowned scholar Dr. Patrick Brantlinger, James Rudy Professor of English (Emeritus) at Indiana University, will give a public lecture titled "Inventing Victorian Race?" in the Suncor Energy Hall, School of Music, at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, June 19.
Dr. Brantlinger is the author of Rule of Darkness: British Liteature and Imperialism, 1830-1900; Dark Vanishings: Discourse on the Extinction of Primitive Races; and Taming Cannibals: Race and the Victorians. His States of Emergency: Essays in Culture and Politics, which examines contemporary American and global issues, is forthcoming in August.
For further information please contact Fiona Polack (email@example.com).
Four Month Contract Position - Fall 2013
Sparks Literary Festival 2013
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Spring 2013 Course Offerings
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