Faculty member Ulrick Casimir will read from his new short story collection, Children of the Night, at the Windfall Reading Series, October 15 at 6:00 PM, in the downtown branch of the Eugene Library. He will be joining Honors College Professor Emeritus Henry Alley, who will be reading from his new novel, Men Touching
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Oct 07, 2019
Oct 04, 2019
UO English alumna Alice Austen produced and co-wrote Give Me Liberty, the story of a topsy-turvy day in the life of a medical transport driver in Milwaukee. The film debuts at the downtown Eugene Broadway Metro tonight!
Sep 26, 2019
Jul 17, 2019
There's still room in ENG 110M: Intro to Film & Media. This course serves as an introduction to film and media studies and various methods of critical analysis. Multilisted with CINE 110M. This course will satisfy the Arts and Letters group requirement because it introduces students to modes of inquiry that have defined the discipline of film studies. These include such diverse approaches as studying narrative structure, authorship, genre, and reception.
Jul 08, 2019
Jun 28, 2019
Angela Rovak's dissertation, "Make Something Besides a Baby: Race, Gender, and Reproductive Science in 20th Century Black Women's Novels," has been chosen by the UO Graduate School as the University of Oregon's Humanities/Fine Arts nomination for the Council of Graduate Schools/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award. Rovak’s dissertation was selected by the UO Graduate School out of all the dissertations from University of Oregon Humanities/Fine Arts d