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Jobs Available at Friends' Central School

Have you ever considered working in a school? Friends' Central School, located in Philadelphia, is interested in getting to know Earlham graduates for positions in teaching, administration, athletics and more. No experience is necessary. Come to the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center at Noon on Friday, March 6, to meet representatives from the school and learn how a Quaker School can provide an enriching work experience. A pizza lunch will be provided. Please contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> with questions.


Brain Awareness Week Begins with Brain Explorers Event at JMM

Brain Awareness Week, a celebration of neuroscience, is coming to Earlham College. Join a group of neuroscience students on Sunday, March 8, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Joseph Moore Museum, for a Brain Explorers event with fun and free activities as well as demonstrations. You can build a model brain, play fun memory games, taste-test the "miracle berry", and actually see the electrical activity that powers your own nerves and muscles. This event is funded by a grant from the Center for Integrated Learning. For more information, contact Kat Bartlow at <bartlka@earlham.edu>.


Artist and Lecture Series Presents Ben Sollee

Cellist and composer Ben Sollee will perform at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, March 6, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall, as part of the Artist and Lecture Series. Seeking a deeper connection to communities on the road, the Kentucky native first packed his touring life onto his bicycle in 2009. Since then, he has ridden more than 4,000 miles from show to show. Through compelling melodies, inspirational lyrics, catchy rhythms and his own unique playing style, Sollee brings musical joy and humor to subjects of sustainability and environmental awareness. This event is co-sponsored by the Sustainability Office. Tickets are required; the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 18 and seniors. One free ticket is issued with an Earlham ID. The box office is located in Carpenter Hall and is open weekdays from Noon - 4:00 p.m. Tickets are also available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at the Office of Events and Operations in the basement of Carpenter Hall - Room 030, or by calling 765-983-1474.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On March 8, Daniel Vargas Cambronero, senior Biology major, will speak on “Dancing through suffering: Un poquito de gracia is all you need” for the semester-long series on “Spirituality and Social Change.”


Check Out earlhamword.org

Stories about Sodexo's decision to leave Earlham, Miller Farm's return and the Muslim Student Association are among the student-written news online at <www.earlhamword.org>. Register at the site to comment or to submit your news.


Faculty Viola Brown Bag

Earlham violin and viola instructor Kevin Nordstrom, principal violist with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, performs a Brown Bag recital this Friday, March 6, at Noon in the Birenbaum Arts Atrium at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. The performance includes works for solo viola by Joan Tower and Paul Hindemith, and selected works by Rebecca Clarke with Forrest Tobey at the piano. Bring your lunch — or not — and enjoy.


La Mesa Bacán This Friday

Are you worried your years of Spanish study might be rusting away? Are you enthusiastic about practicing your Spanish language skills? Come hang out in Spanish at the Mesa Bacán. The group meets over lunch on Fridays at Noon in the Coffee Shop balcony. There are no prerequisites, but English isn't allowed. If you're just starting out or your Spanish is on life support, you're welcome to come and just listen. For more information, contact Juan Caballero at <cabalju@earlham.edu> or Adam Light at <lightad@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for Richmond Shakespeare Festival This Weekend

Richmond Shakespeare Festival​ auditions for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Titus Andronicus" will take place this weekend on the Earlham College campus from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, in Runyan Center's Wilkinson Theatre, and on Sunday, March 8, in the new Center for Visual and Performing Arts' McDaniel Studio Theatre. There are opportunities for a wide range of volunteer actors and mentoring professionals. College credit and housing is available for interns. Rehearsals begin in May. Performances are scheduled in rotating repertory from June 12 - 28. For more information, visit <www.richmondshakes.org>.


Books That Change Lives: Meg Streepey Smith

The newest installation of the "Books That Change Lives" display is now up in Lilly Library, featuring books selected by Meg Streepey Smith. Please stop and see the books that have most influenced the Associate Professor of Geology. During the 2014-15 year, Lilly Library is presenting a monthly book display with the top 40 books that have most influenced a particular member of our community. You can view all the books selected for each month's display online. Check out Meg's selections here, and then use the blue tabs to see previous display selections by Lyn Miller, Joann Quiñones, Kevin Miles, Jay Roberts and Lori Watson at <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/meg>.


Earlham Baseball Team Hosts Weekend Series

The Earlham baseball team will host Kalamazoo for a three-game series this weekend at Randal R. Sadler Stadium. There will be a single contest on Saturday, March 7, at 2:00 p.m., and a doubleheader on Sunday, March 8, at Noon. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for schedule updates and game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Genesis Benefit Concert

The annual Genesis Benefit Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The Women's Chorus presents an evening of entertainment, while raising funds and awareness for the Genesis Women's Shelter. Enjoy acts from talented Earlham students. You may see juggling, acro-yoga or modern dance at this family friendly event. Admission is free; no tickets are required. There's a suggested donation of $5 at the door.


"Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets" Mini-Conference

The Junior Research Seminar in English will be holding an in-class conference on the topic of "Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets," including six student presentations, on Monday, March 9, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m., in Carpenter Hall - Room 315. All are welcome to attend. Topics will include: (homo)sexuality in the sonnets, to what extent are the sonnets autobiographical, interior vs. exterior selves, and various Renaissance constructions of self.


2015-16 Special Housing Placements Available

Applications for Special Housing Placement for the 2015-16 academic year are now available. Special Housing Placements are available for students who require special consideration in their housing placement, but perhaps do not rise to the level of an official, legal accommodation. Applications are due by Monday, March 23, 2015. To learn more and/or download the application, please visit: <www.earlham.edu/residence-life/policies-and-procedures/special-housing-placement>.


Jobs Available at Friends' Central School

Have you ever considered working in a school? Friends' Central School, located in Philadelphia, is interested in getting to know Earlham graduates for positions in teaching, administration, athletics and more. No experience is necessary. Come to the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center at Noon on Friday, March 6, to meet representatives from the school and learn how a Quaker School can provide an enriching work experience. A pizza lunch will be provided. Please contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> with questions.


Brain Awareness Week Begins with Brain Explorers Event at JMM

Brain Awareness Week, a celebration of neuroscience, is coming to Earlham College. Join a group of neuroscience students on Sunday, March 8, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Joseph Moore Museum, for a Brain Explorers event with fun and free activities as well as demonstrations. You can build a model brain, play fun memory games, taste-test the "miracle berry", and actually see the electrical activity that powers your own nerves and muscles. This event is funded by a grant from the Center for Integrated Learning. For more information, contact Kat Bartlow at <bartlka@earlham.edu>.


Complimentary Tickets for Civic Hall Performing Arts Center

There are a limited number of complimentary tickets available for the Civic Hall Performing Arts Center show “Women of Ireland” on Saturday, March 14. at 7:30 p.m. Experience the talents of some of Ireland’s finest female performers, the “Women of Ireland.” An innovative and exciting full stage concert production, the “Women of Ireland” showcases the next generation of Ireland’s leading female performers. The show demonstrates the wealth of talent that exists within Ireland’s traditions of music, song and dance. Students may pick up tickets at the Office of Institutional Advancement in Carpenter Hall - Room 100. Tickets will be offered to faculty and staff after March 11. Stop by the office or contact Pat Wright at ext. 1638 or <patw@earlham.edu>.


Artist and Lecture Series Presents Ben Sollee

Cellist and composer Ben Sollee will perform at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, March 6, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall, as part of the Artist and Lecture Series. Seeking a deeper connection to communities on the road, the Kentucky native first packed his touring life onto his bicycle in 2009. Since then, he has ridden more than 4,000 miles from show to show. Through compelling melodies, inspirational lyrics, catchy rhythms and his own unique playing style, Sollee brings musical joy and humor to subjects of sustainability and environmental awareness. This event is co-sponsored by the Sustainability Office. Tickets are required; the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 18 and seniors. One free ticket is issued with an Earlham ID. The box office is located in Carpenter Hall and is open weekdays from Noon - 4:00 p.m. Tickets are also available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at the Office of Events and Operations in the basement of Carpenter Hall - Room 030, or by calling 765-983-1474.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On March 8, Daniel Vargas Cambronero, senior Biology major, will speak on “Dancing through suffering: Un poquito de gracia is all you need” for the semester-long series on “Spirituality and Social Change.”


Post-Baccalaureate Internship for Earlham Seniors Interested in Health Care Administration

With funding from the Friends Foundation for the Aging, the Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) has developed a new pathway with Quaker Heights, an elder care facility in Waynesville, Ohio. This position is a post-baccalaureate fellowship designed to provide an opportunity for an Earlham graduate, who is a Friend or who is in sympathy with Friends’ values, to gain exposure to the Friends’ approach to aging services. During this yearlong appointment, the fellow will complete an Administrator in Training Internship, which will include a series of interdepartmental studies at the Quaker Heights Care Community designed to immerse them in the management and governance of a retirement community. After completion, the fellow will be eligible to take the Ohio Licensure Examination to become licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator. To learn more, come to a pizza lunch with Wendy Waters-Connell, executive director and CEO of Quaker Heights, on Monday, March 9, at Noon in the CIL Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. To apply, visit <http://tinyurl.com/echealthfellow>.


SAPA Fundraiser at Chipotle

The Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates (SAPA) will be having a fundraiser on Thursday, March 12, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., at the Chipotle restaurant in Richmond. All you have to do is mention that you are there for the "SAPA Fundraiser" when you pay for your food, and the Advocates will receive 50 percent of the profits. The Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates are a group of students dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence and educating our community about consent, positive sexuality and bystander intervention. The SAPA hotline phone number is 765-960-6326. Eat some great food and donate to a great organization.


Check Out earlhamword.org

Stories about Sodexo's decision to leave Earlham, Miller Farm's return and the Muslim Student Association are among the student-written news online at <www.earlhamword.org>. Register at the site to comment or to submit your news.


Faculty Viola Brown Bag

Earlham violin and viola instructor Kevin Nordstrom, principal violist with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, performs a Brown Bag recital this Friday, March 6, at Noon in the Birenbaum Arts Atrium at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. The performance includes works for solo viola by Joan Tower and Paul Hindemith, and selected works by Rebecca Clarke with Forrest Tobey at the piano. Bring your lunch — or not — and enjoy.


Faith and Values Luncheon

The next Faith and Values Luncheon is Thursday, March 26, at Noon in the Richmond Room at the Landrum Bolling Center. Ian Smith, director of facilities, speaks about the faith and values that have shaped his life. The cost for lunch is $4. Students may use their meal exchange. Please make your reservation by Friday, March 20, to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


La Mesa Bacán This Friday

Are you worried your years of Spanish study might be rusting away? Are you enthusiastic about practicing your Spanish language skills? Come hang out in Spanish at the Mesa Bacán. The group meets over lunch on Fridays at Noon in the Coffee Shop balcony. There are no prerequisites, but English isn't allowed. If you're just starting out or your Spanish is on life support, you're welcome to come and just listen. For more information, contact Juan Caballero at <cabalju@earlham.edu> or Adam Light at <lightad@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for Richmond Shakespeare Festival This Weekend

Richmond Shakespeare Festival​ auditions for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Titus Andronicus" will take place this weekend on the Earlham College campus from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, in Runyan Center's Wilkinson Theatre, and on Sunday, March 8, in the new Center for Visual and Performing Arts' McDaniel Studio Theatre. There are opportunities for a wide range of volunteer actors and mentoring professionals. College credit and housing is available for interns. Rehearsals begin in May. Performances are scheduled in rotating repertory from June 12 - 28. For more information, visit <www.richmondshakes.org>.


NSSE Survey for First-Year and Senior Students

First-year and senior students should check your email for your link to take the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) survey. Survey results will inform Earlham's assessment work and give evidence to the value of an Earlham education. Students who complete the survey before April 15 will be entered into a drawing for one of 10 Visa $50 gift cards. If you have questions contact Polly Albright at <albripo@earlham.edu>.


Books That Change Lives: Meg Streepey Smith

The newest installation of the "Books That Change Lives" display is now up in Lilly Library, featuring books selected by Meg Streepey Smith. Please stop and see the books that have most influenced the Associate Professor of Geology. During the 2014-15 year, Lilly Library is presenting a monthly book display with the top 40 books that have most influenced a particular member of our community. You can view all the books selected for each month's display online. Check out Meg's selections here, and then use the blue tabs to see previous display selections by Lyn Miller, Joann Quiñones, Kevin Miles, Jay Roberts and Lori Watson at <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/meg>.


Earlham Baseball Team Hosts Weekend Series

The Earlham baseball team will host Kalamazoo for a three-game series this weekend at Randal R. Sadler Stadium. There will be a single contest on Saturday, March 7, at 2:00 p.m., and a doubleheader on Sunday, March 8, at Noon. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for schedule updates and game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Genesis Benefit Concert

The annual Genesis Benefit Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The Women's Chorus presents an evening of entertainment, while raising funds and awareness for the Genesis Women's Shelter. Enjoy acts from talented Earlham students. You may see juggling, acro-yoga or modern dance at this family friendly event. Admission is free; no tickets are required. There's a suggested donation of $5 at the door.


"Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets" Mini-Conference

The Junior Research Seminar in English will be holding an in-class conference on the topic of "Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets," including six student presentations, on Monday, March 9, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m., in Carpenter Hall - Room 315. All are welcome to attend. Topics will include: (homo)sexuality in the sonnets, to what extent are the sonnets autobiographical, interior vs. exterior selves, and various Renaissance constructions of self.


2015-16 Special Housing Placements Available

Applications for Special Housing Placement for the 2015-16 academic year are now available. Special Housing Placements are available for students who require special consideration in their housing placement, but perhaps do not rise to the level of an official, legal accommodation. Applications are due by Monday, March 23, 2015. To learn more and/or download the application, please visit: <www.earlham.edu/residence-life/policies-and-procedures/special-housing-placement>.


Jobs Available at Friends' Central School

Have you ever considered working in a school? Friends' Central School, located in Philadelphia, is interested in getting to know Earlham graduates for positions in teaching, administration, athletics and more. No experience is necessary. Come to the Center for Integrated Learning Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center at Noon on Friday, March 6, to meet representatives from the school and learn how a Quaker School can provide an enriching work experience. A pizza lunch will be provided. Please contact Jen Banning at <bannije@earlham.edu> with questions.


Brain Awareness Week Begins with Brain Explorers Event at JMM

Brain Awareness Week, a celebration of neuroscience, is coming to Earlham College. Join a group of neuroscience students on Sunday, March 8, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Joseph Moore Museum, for a Brain Explorers event with fun and free activities as well as demonstrations. You can build a model brain, play fun memory games, taste-test the "miracle berry", and actually see the electrical activity that powers your own nerves and muscles. This event is funded by a grant from the Center for Integrated Learning. For more information, contact Kat Bartlow at <bartlka@earlham.edu>.


Complimentary Tickets for Civic Hall Performing Arts Center

There are a limited number of complimentary tickets available for the Civic Hall Performing Arts Center show “Women of Ireland” on Saturday, March 14. at 7:30 p.m. Experience the talents of some of Ireland’s finest female performers, the “Women of Ireland.” An innovative and exciting full stage concert production, the “Women of Ireland” showcases the next generation of Ireland’s leading female performers. The show demonstrates the wealth of talent that exists within Ireland’s traditions of music, song and dance. Students may pick up tickets at the Office of Institutional Advancement in Carpenter Hall - Room 100. Tickets will be offered to faculty and staff after March 11. Stop by the office or contact Pat Wright at ext. 1638 or <patw@earlham.edu>.


Artist and Lecture Series Presents Ben Sollee

Cellist and composer Ben Sollee will perform at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, March 6, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall, as part of the Artist and Lecture Series. Seeking a deeper connection to communities on the road, the Kentucky native first packed his touring life onto his bicycle in 2009. Since then, he has ridden more than 4,000 miles from show to show. Through compelling melodies, inspirational lyrics, catchy rhythms and his own unique playing style, Sollee brings musical joy and humor to subjects of sustainability and environmental awareness. This event is co-sponsored by the Sustainability Office. Tickets are required; the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 18 and seniors. One free ticket is issued with an Earlham ID. The box office is located in Carpenter Hall and is open weekdays from Noon - 4:00 p.m. Tickets are also available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at the Office of Events and Operations in the basement of Carpenter Hall - Room 030, or by calling 765-983-1474.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On March 8, Daniel Vargas Cambronero, senior Biology major, will speak on “Dancing through suffering: Un poquito de gracia is all you need” for the semester-long series on “Spirituality and Social Change.”


Post-Baccalaureate Internship for Earlham Seniors Interested in Health Care Administration

With funding from the Friends Foundation for the Aging, the Center for Integrated Learning (CIL) has developed a new pathway with Quaker Heights, an elder care facility in Waynesville, Ohio. This position is a post-baccalaureate fellowship designed to provide an opportunity for an Earlham graduate, who is a Friend or who is in sympathy with Friends’ values, to gain exposure to the Friends’ approach to aging services. During this yearlong appointment, the fellow will complete an Administrator in Training Internship, which will include a series of interdepartmental studies at the Quaker Heights Care Community designed to immerse them in the management and governance of a retirement community. After completion, the fellow will be eligible to take the Ohio Licensure Examination to become licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator. To learn more, come to a pizza lunch with Wendy Waters-Connell, executive director and CEO of Quaker Heights, on Monday, March 9, at Noon in the CIL Commons on the first floor of the Landrum Bolling Center. To apply, visit <http://tinyurl.com/echealthfellow>.


SAPA Fundraiser at Chipotle

The Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates (SAPA) will be having a fundraiser on Thursday, March 12, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., at the Chipotle restaurant in Richmond. All you have to do is mention that you are there for the "SAPA Fundraiser" when you pay for your food, and the Advocates will receive 50 percent of the profits. The Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates are a group of students dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence and educating our community about consent, positive sexuality and bystander intervention. The SAPA hotline phone number is 765-960-6326. Eat some great food and donate to a great organization.


Check Out earlhamword.org

Stories about Sodexo's decision to leave Earlham, Miller Farm's return and the Muslim Student Association are among the student-written news online at <www.earlhamword.org>. Register at the site to comment or to submit your news.


Faculty Viola Brown Bag

Earlham violin and viola instructor Kevin Nordstrom, principal violist with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, performs a Brown Bag recital this Friday, March 6, at Noon in the Birenbaum Arts Atrium at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. The performance includes works for solo viola by Joan Tower and Paul Hindemith, and selected works by Rebecca Clarke with Forrest Tobey at the piano. Bring your lunch — or not — and enjoy.


Faith and Values Luncheon

The next Faith and Values Luncheon is Thursday, March 26, at Noon in the Richmond Room at the Landrum Bolling Center. Ian Smith, director of facilities, speaks about the faith and values that have shaped his life. The cost for lunch is $4. Students may use their meal exchange. Please make your reservation by Friday, March 20, to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


La Mesa Bacán This Friday

Are you worried your years of Spanish study might be rusting away? Are you enthusiastic about practicing your Spanish language skills? Come hang out in Spanish at the Mesa Bacán. The group meets over lunch on Fridays at Noon in the Coffee Shop balcony. There are no prerequisites, but English isn't allowed. If you're just starting out or your Spanish is on life support, you're welcome to come and just listen. For more information, contact Juan Caballero at <cabalju@earlham.edu> or Adam Light at <lightad@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for Richmond Shakespeare Festival This Weekend

Richmond Shakespeare Festival​ auditions for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Titus Andronicus" will take place this weekend on the Earlham College campus from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, in Runyan Center's Wilkinson Theatre, and on Sunday, March 8, in the new Center for Visual and Performing Arts' McDaniel Studio Theatre. There are opportunities for a wide range of volunteer actors and mentoring professionals. College credit and housing is available for interns. Rehearsals begin in May. Performances are scheduled in rotating repertory from June 12 - 28. For more information, visit <www.richmondshakes.org>.


NSSE Survey for First-Year and Senior Students

First-year and senior students should check your email for your link to take the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) survey. Survey results will inform Earlham's assessment work and give evidence to the value of an Earlham education. Students who complete the survey before April 15 will be entered into a drawing for one of 10 Visa $50 gift cards. If you have questions contact Polly Albright at <albripo@earlham.edu>.


Books That Change Lives: Meg Streepey Smith

The newest installation of the "Books That Change Lives" display is now up in Lilly Library, featuring books selected by Meg Streepey Smith. Please stop and see the books that have most influenced the Associate Professor of Geology. During the 2014-15 year, Lilly Library is presenting a monthly book display with the top 40 books that have most influenced a particular member of our community. You can view all the books selected for each month's display online. Check out Meg's selections here, and then use the blue tabs to see previous display selections by Lyn Miller, Joann Quiñones, Kevin Miles, Jay Roberts and Lori Watson at <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/meg>.


Earlham Baseball Team Hosts Weekend Series

The Earlham baseball team will host Kalamazoo for a three-game series this weekend at Randal R. Sadler Stadium. There will be a single contest on Saturday, March 7, at 2:00 p.m., and a doubleheader on Sunday, March 8, at Noon. Visit the Athletics website at <http://goearlham.com> for schedule updates and game coverage as well as links to live stats and video.


Genesis Benefit Concert

The annual Genesis Benefit Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, at Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. The Women's Chorus presents an evening of entertainment, while raising funds and awareness for the Genesis Women's Shelter. Enjoy acts from talented Earlham students. You may see juggling, acro-yoga or modern dance at this family friendly event. Admission is free; no tickets are required. There's a suggested donation of $5 at the door.


"Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets" Mini-Conference

The Junior Research Seminar in English will be holding an in-class conference on the topic of "Self and Subjectivity in Shakespeare's Sonnets," including six student presentations, on Monday, March 9, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m., in Carpenter Hall - Room 315. All are welcome to attend. Topics will include: (homo)sexuality in the sonnets, to what extent are the sonnets autobiographical, interior vs. exterior selves, and various Renaissance constructions of self.


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