Prof. Jefferson Holdridge publishes new collection of poems about Venice

Literature professor Jefferson Holdridge has published a new collection of poetry, The Wells of Venice (Resource Publications, an imprint of Wipf and Stock, November 2020). It is his fourth published volume of poetry, following Eruptions (2013) and Devil’s Den and Other Poems (2015), and The Sound Thereof (2017).  More information about the book and how… Continue Reading: Prof. Jefferson Holdridge publishes new collection of poems about Venice

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Meet Corey D. B. Walker, Wake Forest Professor of the Humanities, Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies

A distinguished scholar and public intellectual, Corey D. B. Walker is the Wake Forest Professor of the Humanities and is jointly appointed in the department of English and the Interdisciplinary Humanities Program. He returns to Winston-Salem where he previously served as Dean of the College and John W. and Anna… Continue Reading: Meet Corey D. B. Walker, Wake Forest Professor of the Humanities, Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies

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Prof. Lucy Alford to present on her new book for Stanford Humanities Center workshop

Literature professor Lucy Alford will give a virtual presentation on her 2020 book, Forms of Poetic Attention, for the Stanford Humanities Center on Friday, November 20, at 5 p.m. (2 p.m. PST). Lorenzo Bartolucci (Stanford, Comparative Literature) will provide a brief response, followed by questions and an open discussion of the… Continue Reading: Prof. Lucy Alford to present on her new book for Stanford Humanities Center workshop

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