April 26, 2018, in CLP 223, was the setting for Dr. Joe Kraus to share some of his latest works. Dr. Kraus read his most recent fiction for the last monthly department colloquia of the 2017-2018 academic year. His two short stories were well-received by audience members. Dr. Kraus will be back from sabbatical for the Fall 2018 semester, when he will take over as Department Chair.
On March 8, 2018 in CLP 225, Dr. Leonard Gougeon continued our monthly colloquia. The talk titled “Culture and Conflict; New England, Old England & The Civil War” was enjoyed by faculty and students who were educated and entertained. Our last colloquia in this series will be hosted by Dr. Joe Kraus on April 5, 2018 from 11:30-12:45pm.
Dr. Hank Willenbrink continued the Department of English & Theatre’s monthly colloquia series with his talk entitled, “Merrit’s Musical Memoir”, on Thursday, November 2, 2017 in CLP 225. Faculty and students in attendance were entertained and educated. Look for this colloquia series in the Spring, when Dr. Rebecca Beal will start the semester with her talk in February 2018. Date, time, and topic to be announced in the future.
Dr. Michael Friedman continued the Department of English & Theatre’s monthly colloquia series with his talk entitled, “Brush up your Shakespeare,”Coriolanus in Performance on Thursday, October 5, 2017 in TDC 405. Faculty and students were in attendance, and an educational good time was had by all. Stay tuned for next month, when Dr. Hank Willenbrink will continue this series.