Mary Cappello is Professor of English at URI.
2011 Guggenheim Fellow in Nonfiction, Mary Cappello is a regular contributor to the world of literary nonfiction and experimental prose. Her four books include a memoir, a detour, an anti-chronicle (or "ritual in transfigured time"), and a lyric biography. She is the author of Night Bloom: An Italian/American Life (Beacon Press); Awkward: A Detour (a Los Angeles Times bestselling book-length essay on "awkwardness") (Bellevue Literary Press); Called Back(Alyson Books), and most recently, Swallow: Foreign Bodies, Their Ingestion, Inspiration and the Curious Doctor Who Extracted Them (The New Press)
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Workshop - Easy digital tools to visualize humanities research
A demonstration of easy to use digital tools (like Voyant, Viewshare, Omeka, and Old Bailey Online) for making humanities research and teaching more accessible through visual presentation. Join Brown's Digital Humanities Librarians Jean Bauer and Elli Mylonas.
Where: Swan Hall, Hoffman room
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - RESCHEDULED
URI Center for Humanities and English Department Graduate Colloquium
Hoffmann Room, Swan 154, 5:00 pm
English Ph.D. Candidate, Beazley Kanost,
"Whose Cool? Directing 'Truth's' Authority and Portrait of Jason."