All Washington Univerisity Libraries events are free and open to all unless otherwise indicated. All Libraries events will be virtual in the fall 2020 semester. Pre-registration is required.
Join Ignacio Infante, professor of comparative literature and literary translator, for a reading and discussion of his recent translation of Vicente Huidobro’s Sky-Quake: Tremor of Heaven (co-translated with Michael Leong) published recently in a trilingual edition with the original Spanish and French.
While miniature books are most definitely cute, they are also so much more than that. Join Cassie Brand, Washington University Libraries Curator of Rare Books, as she explores the miniature book collection of Julian Edison and why these books were made so small.
During Geography Awareness Week, the Data Users Group welcomes a panel to examine social inequities in our society with a spatial lens. Our speakers will address housing, voting, racial violence, and ethical land use. Free and open to all. Panelists Include: John Cruz Data Management Coordinator at Rise STL John uses geospatial and census […]
Katja Perat, PhD student in comparative literature and member of the International Writers Track, will present her new novel The Masochist (translated from the Slovenian by Michael Biggins) in a virtual reading and discussion with Lynne Tatlock, chair of the Program in Comparative Literature.