Free books: classics, English literature, composition, literary criticism, Renaissance literature and history, miscellaneous. Yours for the taking; they are on a large table outside Robert Hellenga’s office, 217 Old Main.
Monica Berlin (English) and Emily Oliver ’11 (Post-baccalaurate Fellow) were recently interviewed by the NEA about their ongoing collaborative project (also with Sam Conrad ’11 and Bryce Parsons-Twesten ’10), The Knox Writers’ House, an audio map and digital archive of contemporary writers across the country reading their essays, poems and stories.
Neil Blackadder (theatre) participated in the conference ‘Theatrical Translation as Creative Process,’ which featured a staged reading of his translation from German of Rebekka Kricheldorf’s play The Ballad of the Pine Tree Killer. The conference took place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, April 12-15. (Blackadder has also translated Kricheldorf’s Rosa and Blanca, which he directed at Knox in 2008.)