Monthly Archives: April 2016

English at the 2016 Academic Excellence Conference

Memory, Identity, Meaning: A Memoir Reading Memoir, a subgenre of creative nonfiction, has come to be known as the “fourth genre” of creative writing. In combining true stories with creative narrative techniques, memoir contains both fact and fiction. Writer and theorist … Continue reading

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2016 Battenfeld and Fosher Awards

Heather Cory is the winner of this year’s Battenfeld Award. She is a Senior English major and Film Studies minor from Rochester, New Hampshire. In spring of 2016, she is employed as an intern at the Keene Public Library, in … Continue reading

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2016 Janet Grayson Lecture in Literary Studies

imur’s Theatrical Journey: Or, When did Tamburlaine Become Black?Lecture by Dr. Linda McJannet Wednesday, April 20, 2016  4 p.m. Centennial Hall Alumni Center Keene State College Productions of Christopher Marlowe’s play, Tamburlaine, and historical interpretations of its main character, the … Continue reading

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“A Metaphysician in the Dark”: A Poetry Reading

Featuring the work of Keene State College English faculty Monday, April 18, 2016 4:00 PM Student Center, Room 309 William Doreski ‘s  most recent book of poetry is The Suburbs of Atlantis (2013). He has published three critical studies, including … Continue reading

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