The European Gen X Novel: Interpreting Contemporary Languages & Identities
Time: 05:30 PM
Location: Barone Campus Center, Dogwood Room
The European Gen X Novel:
Interpreting Contemporary Languages & Identities
With the support of The Humanities Institute, please join us for a campus/community-wide talk titled "The European Gen X Novel: Interpreting Contemporary Languages & Identities", to be given by Professor Barry McCrea, a preeminent comparative literature scholar, and an award-winning queer and cultural studies scholar and novelist, at the University of Notre Dame. Professor McCrea is the author of Languages of the Night, In The Company of Strangers, and the novel, The First Verse. He is also co-director and founder of the International Network for the Comparative Humanities.
The event is sponsored by The Humanities Institute. Co-sponsors of the event include the Irish Studies Program, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, and the Departments of Modern Languages and Literature, English, and Communication.
For more information, please contact Niall Brennan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you there!
For more information, contact Niall Brennan / 203-254-4000 ext. 2152 / email@example.com