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On Oct. 20, Syracuse Symposium and Punto de Contacto/Point of Contact will present a symposium on poet Alejandra Pizarnik.
SU Humanities Center continues ‘conflict’ theme with lecture, symposium devoted to modern African literature, Oct. 14-15
The Syracuse University Humanities Center continues its exploration of “conflict” with a daylong symposium devoted to modern African literature.
The Syracuse University Humanities Center has announced the Perpetual Peace Project, a joint initiative with the Slought Foundation, the European Union National Institutes of Culture, International Peace Institute and United Nations University through 2011.
The SU Humanities Center continues exploring conflict with its fall mini seminar series.
George Packer, critically acclaimed author and staff writer for The New Yorker, will present “An American Dilemma: Obama, Afghanistan and Vietnam” at 4 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 16.
“Conflict: Peace and War” is the theme of the 2010 Syracuse Symposium, an annual intellectual and artistic festival held on the Syracuse University campus. This year’s festival is the most ambitious to date, with six keynote speakers, including Native American…
Point of Contact breaks new ground in Buenos Aires literary world with release of ‘ALEJANDRA,’ about the work of renowned Argentine poet Alejandra Pizarnik
Point of Contact presented its latest publication, ALEJANDRA, before the literary and artistic society of Buenos Aires.
The Syracuse University Humanities Center has announced recipients of its 2010-11 Dissertation/Thesis Fellowships.
The interface between syntax and phonology in linguistics is the subject of a two-day workshop at Syracuse University.
“Faculty Works,” a new series sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center, continues with a presentation by Bruce Smith, award-winning poet and English professor in The College of Arts and Sciences.