THE TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL ARIZONA QUARTERLY SYMPOSIUM

Thursday 30 March–Saturday 1 April 2017

Thursday, 30 March

1:30 pm
Edward Dimendberg— UC Irvine
“Michelangelo Antonioni in Arizona: Hiram Benedict, Boulder Reign, and Zabriskie Point

3:30 pm
Patrick O'Donnell— Michigan State
“What Fresh Hell Is This? Satire in America after Nov. 8”
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Friday, 31 March

9:30 am
Alan Nadel— Kentucky
Singin' In The (HUAC) Rain: Job Security, Stardom, and the Abjection of Lena Lamont”

1:30 pm
Dorothy Hale— UC Berkeley
Light in August and New Theories of Novelistic Time”

4:00 pm
John Melillo— Arizona
“On Poetry and Noise: Charles Olson and Susan Howe”
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Saturday, 1 April

10:00 am
Charles Alexander— Houston-Victoria
A Reading

Location
Silver & Sage Room
Old Main
 
Free and open to the public!
 
Sponsored by Arizona Quarterly and the Department of English.