All talks 3:15 – 4:15 in Guilford Parlor unless indicated otherwise

Friday, January 20th
“Radical but Gentle: The Role of Co-Creation and Care in Digital Pedagogy,” a Lecture by Andie Silva.

Friday, January 27th
“Rosso in the Light”: John Orlock Reads Excerpts from a Work-in-Progress.

Friday, February 3rd
“Rock and Roll, Living Colour, and Me,” a Lecture by Kimberly Mack.

Friday, February 10th
CANCELED: “Personal Effects: Coverture and Character in the Early Novel,”a Lecture by Stephanie Hershinow.

Monday, February 13th,  through Friday, February 17th
The Stonum Writer-in-Residence: Garth Greenwell.
Tuesday, February 14th: Using Your Senses: a Generative Workshop. Bellflower Hall. 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, February 15th: A Reading and Conversation. Freedman Center, Kelvin Smith Library. 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Friday, February 17th: From Small Rain: a Novel in Progress. Guilford Parlor. 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Friday, February 24th
A Conversation with Adrienne LaFrance: the Howard Lecture (executive editor, The Atlantic).

Friday, March 3rd
“Academic Publishing: An Introduction,” a Talk by Gordon Hutner, (editor, Oxford University Press).

F 3/10, F 3/17: no colloquium

Friday, March 24th
A Poetry Reading by Stéphane Bouquet & Peter Gizzi.

Friday, March 31st:
“Mourning in Translation: How an Elegy for a Child Migrated across Time, Place, and Language,” the Stonum Poetics Lecture by Jahan Ramazani.

Friday, April 7th 
A Reading by Michael Clune in celebration of the 10th anniversary edition of White Out.

Friday, April 14th
“Becoming a Poet: The Case of Amy Clampitt,”a Lecture by Willard Spiegelman. Clark 206.

Friday, April 21st
“Sex Lives of the Early Moderns,” a Lecture by Joey Gamble.