Annual Shakespeare Lecture

Annual Shakespeare Lecture

Our Annual Event is Upon Us! Register soon! Check out “Lecture: Shakespeare, Race, and Adaptation in the 21st Century”  Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lecture-shakespeare-race-and-adaptation-in-the-21st-century-tickets-119135564681@gwuenglish @eventbrite @gwuniversity @gwucolumbian #gwu #reading #english #shakespeare

Jenny McKean Moore Free Community Workshop

Jenny McKean Moore Free Community Workshop

Fall 2020 – Creative Nonfiction Workshop Led by Cutter Wood WEDNESDAYS, 7:00 – 9:00 pm September 9 – December 16 2020 Come and take part in a semester-long creative nonfiction workshop! To apply, you do not need academic qualifications or publications. The class will include some readings of published writings, but will mainly be a roundtable critique of work submitted by class members. There are no fees to participate in the…

The GW English Department & The Jenny McKean Moore Reading Series Present Elliot Ackerman

The GW English Department & The Jenny McKean Moore Reading Series Present Elliot Ackerman

The GW English Department & The Jenny McKean Moore Reading Series Present Elliot Ackerman. Elliot Ackerman is a National Book Award Finalist. His novels include Red Dress in Black & White and Waiting for Eden. His memoir is Places and Names: On War, Revolution, and Returning. He is a former White House Fellow and Marine…

Composing Disability: A Cultural History of Disability

Composing Disability: A Cultural History of Disability

[UPDATE: This event has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More information will be forthcoming!] Composing Disability returns to George Washington University this semester with a celebration of the publication of A Cultural History of Disability.  The six volumes focus on Antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Long Eighteenth Century, the Long Nineteenth…

Love Bites: Valentine’s Day Lunch Break

Love Bites: Valentine’s Day Lunch Break

LOVE BITES: Valentine’s Day Lunch Break With English Faculty Come and celebrate love (or not) with English profs at our Valentine‚Äôs Day themed lunch break. Meet English profs who will recite some of their favorite love (or anti-love) poems. Valentine’s Day themed treats and donuts too! Thursday, February 13 12-1:30 pm in Phillips 624G (Suite section…

Queer/Disability Symposium December 7

Queer/Disability Symposium December 7

still from Marguerite (Marianne Farley, 2017) Students in English 3980W and 3910 invite you to attend a public symposium where they will combine and present their work-in-progress  Four sessions will be held Saturday, December 7, in Phillips Hall 412 (the Dean’s Conference Room), from 10:30 AM-5 PM.  The schedule is below.  Come out and support this…

Beyond Black and White: Race in the World, 3:40 pm Thursday Nov. 7

Beyond Black and White: Race in the World, 3:40 pm Thursday Nov. 7

Join us for an interactive workshop on thinking beyond blackness and whiteness in the history of race at the GW Diversity Summit 2019 Please RSVP Beyond Black and White: Race in the World  Alexa Alice Joubin 3:40-4:30 pm, Thursday, November 7, 2019 Marvin Center, Room 308 800 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052 George Washington…