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This interdisciplinary performance explores human relations and the vilification, effacement, and exclusion of individuals and groups at various historical moments and locations.
The lecture is titled "Derek Walcott and W.B. Yeats: A Perspective of Yeats's Influence on Literature of the African Diaspora." Luo Lianggong, Ph. D. in Comparative Literature and World Literature, is professor of English and vice dean of the School of Foreign Languages, and director of the Centre for English Literature, at the Central China Normal University, in Wuhan, China. This event is free to the public, and will include a Q and A.
The University Writing Center hosts 2-hour and 4-hour WPE workshops. Each workshop gives an overview of the WPE and what is expected of students taking the exam. In addition, students will participate in brainstorming a response to a sample WPE topic. In the 4-hour workshop, students write a sample essay, and tutors are there to provide students with feedback on their essays.
Baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and pianist Paula Fan will offer a program of classic and contemporary songs exploring the outsider, the outlier, and the outcast. Reception with refreshments will be available at 5:45 p.m. with the performance starting at 6:30 p.m.
In Athens, Georgia, a college fraternity traditionally known to fly and embrace the confederate flag moves to a historically Black neighborhood and establishes their presence by staging an ante-bellum style parade. Old South explores how the community reacts and works together to dialogue about racism, whiteness, and acceptable community standards. Directed by Danielle Beverly, 2015, 54 minutes.