Mar. 22 - BHC Symposium: (Matthew Slater, philosophy and Duane Griffin, geography), "Climate Change: A Diabolical Problem” (Willard Smith, 4:30 p.m.)
March 29 - BHC Symposium: (GC Waldrep, English - creative writing), "The Relationship Between Ecopoetics and the Epic in Contemporary Literature, including a reading from his work-in-progress, Glebelands" (Willard Smith, 4:30 p.m.)
April 5 - BHC Symposium: (Lindsey Mazurek, classics & ancient Mediterranean studies), "The Problem of Greekness: Fashioning Cultural Identities in the Roman Empire" (Willard Smith, 4:30 p.m.)
April 12 - BHC Symposium: (Song Chen, East Asian studies), "Master of Our Land: Gods, Ethnicity, and Settlement Rights in Sichuan, China, 800-1300" (Willard Smith, 4:30 p.m.)
The series on "The Book: Past, Present, Future" in the 2016-17 academic year featured lectures by four eminent international scholars who will address the nature of the book in the context of its long history, its centrality to human civilization, its future potentialities, and the technological, social, and commercial changes and challenges that face books and the spaces associated with books today.
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