LAS FACULTY SABBATICAL PRESENTATIONS
Wednesday, November 6th, 12 - 12:30pm, Tap Room
Nicole M. Merola, "'a foretaste of those icy climes’: Arctic Ecologies and Climate Change.”
Professor Merola's sabbatical presentation will include images from her recent
research trip to the Norwegian Artic and a discussion of her current
scholarship on climate change, dark ecologies, and the Anthropocene.
Wednesday, November 6th, 12:30 - 1pm, Tap Room
Joon Lee, "Sugar Puke."
Professor Lee's sabbatical presentation will focus on a year of living like an object and writing like a girl.
Thursday, November 7th, 12:30 - 1pm, Tap Room
Alexander Gourlay, "William Blake's Retrography"
Professor Gourlay's sabbatical presentation will discuss his research on the techniques used by William Blake, who wrote the texts of his "illuminated books" backwards on copper plates, using acid-resistant ink, and then etched them so that the letters could be printed in relief.
EMPATHY, ANTIPATHY, AND LOVE:
EMOTIONS IN THE MIDDLE AGES
The New England Medieval Conference
In Memory Of David Warner
November 9, 2013
View the full schedule at: www.framingham.edu/nemc/2013-conference-information.html
To register please go to: www.eventbrite.com/event/7027662929
There will be no on-site registration, all registration must be done online.
PLACES TO STAY
are many hotels and B & Bs located in or near Providence, which you can
book directly. Some suggestions:
The Old Court Bed & Breakfast: (401) 751-2002
Biltmore: (401) 421-0700
Inn & Suites Providence Downtown: (401)