What We Can Learn With Practice
May 5, 5:00-7:00 PM, 19 University Place, Great Room (Ground Floor)
Advance reading materials are available
With “What We Can Learn With Practice,” the Workshop posits that one of the most productive ways in which we can help our students use the archive is to examine its processes as a function of literary history. Simply put, the study of archives and print culture tells different stories of literature and culture, stories often left untold in traditional literary studies or historical analysis. These narrative and cross-disciplinary possibilities make archival work incredibly compelling to graduate students seeking to find their own scholarly voices.