Join us to share our research endeavors and create some intellectual and scholarly camaraderie. Roughly monthly, one of our colleagues in CAL will present some research in progress. In order to stretch ourselves intellectually and to be a more prepared audience for the speakers, the scheduled speaker will ask us to read an article in advance that is helpful for understanding and contextualizing the speaker’s work. Readings and materials will be made available to interested audience members several weeks in advance of each event (contact Rebecca Gordon at rmg286@nau.edu). Graduate students, if you have work you would like to share with a friendly audience, contact us! These Research Colloquium events are open to the public as well as to faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. 

All speakers present at NAU Liberal Arts Building at 5:30 p.m. on the following dates:

Thursday 9/7/2017: Dr. Rebecca M. Gordon

Thursday 10/5/2017: Dr. Tracey Hayes

Thursday 11/2/2017: Dr. David Church

Thursday 11/30/2017: Lawrence Lenhart

Please contact Dr. Rebecca M. Gordon, rmg286@nau.edu (928-523-4966) about specific room number and further information at the beginning of the Fall semester. 

This event is free and open to the public. 

Sponsor: Dr. Rebecca M. Gordon, Lecturer, English Department. 

For parking information visit: http://nau.edu/parking-shuttle-services/

Schedules

  • Starting Thursday, September 7th, 2017, repeats every 5 weeks on Thursday until Thursday, November 30, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Venue

NAU Liberal Arts Building

705 S Beaver ST
Flagstaff, 86011

Contact

Rebecca M. Gordon

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