Mark Irwin is a nationally-acclaimed poet and four-time winner of the Pushcart Prize for poetry who has been described as “a descendant of William Carlos Williams and Hart Crane.” He is the author of six collections of poetry and two volumes of translations (from Romanian and French), and a recently-completed book of essays on contemporary American poetry and painting.
Friday, April 3rd
Sykes Common Room
Please make your reservation with Marcia Bradley at 229-5630 or email@example.com. RESERVATIONS ARE DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 30th!
Passover is an eight day Jewish holiday, marking the birth of the Jews as a people. It remembers the liberation of the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt under the leadership of Moses. The Seder is a ritual banquet which reenacts the Exodus and invites reflection on freedom in many forms.
Come to the I-House (2600's in Sykes) every Wednesday night for fun chats, baked goods, and tea. A nice time to relax and overcome hump-day!
Rabbi Seymour Siegel Memorial Lecture
Dessert Reception to Follow
Guest Lecturer: Dr. Nancy Sinkoff, Associate Professor of History and Jewish Studies and Director, Center for European Studies, at Rutgers
Topic: Dubnow’s Other Daughter: Lucy S. Dawidowicz and the Beginnings of Khurbn forshung (Holocaust Research) in the United States
Jamie Utt who will deliver his presentation, titled "Turn Down for What: Building Sex-Positive Party Culture,” at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22, in Sykes Common Room.
Want to be an English Major? Come join us and hear from English majors of all different parts of the English world.
English Majors Abroad (London Semester)
The St. Lawrence Review
The Laurentian Magazine
The Hill News
The WORD Studio
Irving Bacheller Society-English Honorary
In the Boston Review, Thomas Lynch wrote, “Charlotte Boulay’s poems are infused with a traveler’s sensibility, and rightly so. Born in Boston and educated at St. Lawrence University [Class of 1999], Ms. Boulay had done brief stints as a technical writer and labor organizer before traveling to France and spending a year teaching English in India. Somewhere in that pilgrimage. . .
“The Causes and Consequences of the 2007-2008 Global Food Crisis: Neoliberal Policy Reform and Food Security in West Africa”
William Moseley, Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, Macalester College
John Dermot Woods is the Viebranz visiting professor of creative writing at St. Lawrence and professor of English, specializing in creative writing, at SUNY Nassau Community College in Garden City. His most recent book is an illustrated novel, The Baltimore Atrocities. His debut novel was The Complete Collection of people, places & things; it was followed by two other books: Activities, a collection of narrative comics, and No One Told Me I Would Disappear, an image-text novel co-written with J.A. Tyler.
Please join us for an exciting panel discussion with six St. Lawrence faculty members drawn from departments across campus as we talk about advanced study skills in a variety of fields, introduce students to engaged learning opportunities, and present them with ways to excel academically throughout their college careers.