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Take Five 2016
UTC's popular literery series continues with a focus on Multi-Ethnic American Literature.
Jan 19: Sherley Williams, Dessa Rose, Dr. Aaron Shaheen
Feb. 9: Julia Alverez, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Dr. Lynn Purkey
Mar. 1: Isaac Bashevis Singer, Enemies, Dr. Clif Cleaveland
Mar. 22: Louise Erdrich, Tracks, Dr. Greg O'Dea
Apr. 5: Thrity Umrigar, The Space between Us, Dr. Verbie Prevost
Presentations by UTC faculty followed by discussion.
Chattanooga Rooms, University Center, UTC
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public. Light refreshments.
Books available at UTC Bookstore.
Sponsored by the UTC English Department and the Connor Society
Signal Mountain resident George Davenport will give a talk, entitled “Tell Your Story,” at the Signal Mountain Library at 6 p.m. May 21. The public is invited to this free event.
Davenport has recently published a book, “Project Management without a Helmet,” the story of his life as an engineering project manager. He has included in the book many entertaining stories about his career and lessons he has learned.
Verbie Prevost, Connor Professor of American Literature
Greg O’Dea, Director, Brock Scholars Program
Aaron Shaheen, UC Foundation Associate Professor
Steven Cox, head of special collections and archives at UTC’s Lupton Library, will speak at the Signal Mountain Library at 6 p.m. on June 5. He will discuss his new book, “Once I Too Had Wings,” which contains edited selections from the journals and diaries of Emma Bell Miles.
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