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Spring 2014 Events

Meet New Hampshire’s Poet Laureate: Alice Fogel March 26, 2014 at 4 PM in the Mountain View Room Alice Fogel will be reading from her poetry. There will be a book signing following the reading. Keene is Reading Program: Andrew … Continue reading

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Fall 2013 Events

For more information about these events, please go to the Events page. November “Law School Fair” Students interested in a legal career are encouraged to attend this panel discussion on paths to a legal career and law school admissions by … Continue reading

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Journals for Undergraduate Writers

1. Undergraduate Research in English Studies and Comparative Literature Young Scholars in Writing A refereed journal dedicated to publishing research articles written by undergraduates in a wide variety of disciplines associated with rhetoric and writing. Young Scholars in Writing is … Continue reading

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Welcome Emily Robins Sharpe

In the fall of 2013 Dr. Emily Robins Sharpe will join the faculty as an assistant professor of English with expertise in global Anglophone and postcolonial literatures. Dr. Sharpe completed her Master’s and PhD in Penn State’s Department of English, … Continue reading

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English 307: Writing in the World Service-Learning Project Presentations

Please come to the final service-learning project presentations. As part of a seven-week, multi-stage service-learning project, the students in the Spring 2013 section of English 307 worked in collaborative writing teams, developing a range of documents for campus offices and … Continue reading

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The Tempest Comes to Keene State College

William Shakespeare’s The Tempest will be presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance from Wednesday to Saturday, February 27 to March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Main Theatre of the Redfern Arts Center. Faculty member PeggyRae Johnson has … Continue reading

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Information Session Featuring Vermont Law School

The third in the 2012-13 series of information sessions for Keene State students interested in applying to Law School will feature Tim Clark of the Vermont Law School on Tuesday, January 29 at 4:30 pm. (location request in process). Vermont … Continue reading

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Interested in Law School?

The Pre-Law/ JD Advising initiative has scheduled two events for English majors (and other students) interested in law school. Karen Romano, Associate Dean of Admissions from Western New England University will visit the campus on Tuesday, November 13 at 4:30pm. … Continue reading

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Bonnie Sunstein

Bonnie Sunstein, Professor of English and Education at the University of Iowa, will be visiting the Keene State College campus on Wednesday, October 3rd. Dr. Sunstein will be leading a faculty workshop, and presenting a talk that explores our uses … Continue reading

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2012 Janet Grayson Lecture in Literary Studies Featuring Charles Simic

Events The 2012 Janet Grayson and Mason Library Lecture in Literary Studies Thursday April 19, Centennial Hall, Alumni Center, 4:00-6 PM This year the Janet Grayson Lecture in Literary Studies will join with the Mason Library Lecture to celebrate the … Continue reading

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