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Radical Cultures: Lively Vegetation in Literary Studies

Sponsored by the Department of English

 

1 p.m. Plenary talk

"In Gloucester’s Footsteps: Vegetality and Disability in King Lear," Dr. Vin Nardizzi, Dept. of English Language and LiteraturesUniversity of British Columbia.

(Followed by refreshments) 

2pm Round Table

Jacqueline Fay, "Weeds and Wheat"

Jason Hogue, "Shakespeare's Thorns"

Neill Matheson, "Thoreau's Apples"

Jeffrey Marchand, "Sown Seeds"

(All participants UTA Dept. of English)

Friday, February 22, 2019 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm

College Hall, 106
600 S. West St., Arlington, TX

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