WORCESTER, Mass. – Holy Cross will host three authors as a part of its Fall Reading and Lecture Series in November. The events are funded by the Lannan Foundation and are free and open to the public.
The schedule is as follows:
Thursday, Nov. 5, Richard Jackson, a UC Foundation Professor of English at the University of Tennessee, will give a lecture entitled “The Half-Life of Dreams: Visions and Version of Petrarch.” at 4 p.m., in the Cantor Art Gallery in O’Kane Hall. Jackson is the author of five books of poetry and criticism, including Part of the Story, Worlds Apart, and Acts of the Mind.
Thursday, Nov. 12, Peter Matuck, a distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences at East Carolina State University, will speak at 4 p.m., in the Cantor Art Gallery in O’Kane Hall. Matuck is the editor of Tar River Review and the author of five books of poetry and short fiction, including Where We Live, The Sunken Lightship, and Against Distance.
Tuesday, Nov. 17, Krzysztos Czyzewski, the director of the Borderland Center of the Arts, Cultures, and Nations in Sejny, Poland, will give a lecture entitled “Paul Celan’s U-Topia: the Culture of Dialogue in Bukovina.” Czyzewski is a well-known writer and the editor of Krasnogruda.
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