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  • UA hosts two language themed exhibits this fall

    The University of Alabama (UA) hosts two language themed exhibitions this fall. From September through January 2015, Wade Hall’s Library: The Poetry of History is on display in the Pearce Foyer of the Gorgas Library. Curated by Amy H. Chen and designed by Muzel Chen, the technologist of the Alabama Digital Humanities Center, this exhibition explores the books collected by Wade Hall, a major donor to the University Libraries and the Division of Special Collections.

    From September through November 2014, Grammar-land: Learning to Write in America (1700-1930) is on display in the lobby of the W.S. Hoole Library on the second floor of Mary Harmon Bryant Hall. Curated by Russ McConnell and designed by Amy Chen, this exhibition explores the history of grammar instruction in the United States. READ MORE…

  • Forum to co-sponsor poet Vijay Seshadri at BMA speaks

    The Indian Cultural Society and the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) present an evening in honor of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, Gandhi Jayanti (officially October 2) on October 17, 2014, 7-9 p.m. at the Museum. The evening begins with a program honoring student participants in the Gandhi Jayanti poster and essay contest. Following the poster contest, BMA will hold its quarterly BMA Speaks spoken word event. During BMA Speaks, the museum will welcome Vijay Seshadri, a Pulitzer Prize-winner poet. READ MORE…

  • AWC to present “Abide”: A Memorial Celebration of Jake Adam York and His Work

    The annual Auburn Writers Conference (AWC) brings together students, faculty, and many regional writers for creative writing workshops and readings. Its theme this October is The Inspired South. For the opening event of the conference, AWC will hold a reading and celebration in honor of alumnus Jake Adam York, whose four collections of poetry address the Civil Rights movement in Alabama. This reading is part of the Third Thursday Poetry Series at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

    On Thursday, October 16, 2014, at 7 pm, poets and friends Dan Albergotti, Jeanie Thompson, and Brian Barker, along with York’s long-time editor Jon Tribble, will present a tandem reading from York’s posthumously published collection, Abide. Joining them will be Amanda Gunn, the winner of the Southern Humanities Review’s Auburn Witness Poetry Prize in Honor of Jake Adam York. This is the first year that Auburn’s storied national literary magazine has offered the prize, and the editors are proud to be able to honor York’s legacy in this way. Read more

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