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Author to discuss ‘Slaves in the Family’ at Brown Bag talk

Monday October 28, 2019Roger Coda

Edward Ball, a prominent commentator on race in the United States currently serving as a Williams Visiting Professor at Fredonia, will examine “Slaves in the Family,” his inaugural book, in the Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at noon at the Williams Center Room S204.

VanDette reintroduces novel that spurred animal rights movement

Monday September 30, 2019Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Emily E. VanDette has published a critical edition of “Trixy,” a 1904 novel by the best-selling American author and women’s rights activist Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. The novel exposes the ethical issues surrounding the practice of vivisection, or scientific experiments on live animals.

Gerber presents paper at Wallace Stevens conference

Monday September 30, 2019Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Natalie Gerber was one of 13 international scholars, all of whom currently or formerly served on the board of The Wallace Stevens Journal, who participated in “Sincerely Yours, Wallace Stevens,” the first conference to consider Stevens, a highly regarded American modern poet in the first half of the 20th century, as a correspondent.