Down the Rabbit Hole . . . to Victorian Fantastical Literature.
All are invited to this gallery of words, images, and music that enables visitors to experience Victorian fantastical literature from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and much more. December 9, 6:00-8:00 p.m. (feel free to drop in any time); Olsen Student Center, North Dining Hall C.
Literary Theory Presentations and Roundtable Discussion
Students from ENG 455 will be giving presentations on their final projects for the course on Monday, December 10, from 3:10-6:30, in Lincoln Auditorium in Roberts. The presentations will be organized into three panels. The presentations are free and open to the public.
Monday, December 10
3:10-4:10 On Garland-Thomson’s Staring: How We Look
Kirstin Corey, “The Body: Experience, Prejudice and Perception”
Conor Crandall, “Looking at the Strange in Gulliver’s Travels”
Jane Metsker, “Staring in Wilfred”
Caitlin Hession, “Scars to your Beautiful: An Analysis on how Society and Self Perceive Breast Cancer Scars”
Curtis Cole, “Ludic Staring: How Video Games Define Visual Communication.”
4:20-5:20 Audio and Visual Texts
Cora Curtis, “Abstraction in Visual and Auditory Art”
Brandon Becker, “Sounds of Horror on Film”
Kristine Sarasin, “Music and Character Depth in Adult Animation”
Belanna Morales, “Communication in Acoustic Spaces: A Sound Studies Analysis of Begin Again”
Annie Moloney, “Soundtrack as Collage: An Analysis of Sound and Storytelling in I’m Not There and the Music of Bob Dylan”
5:30-6:30 Musical Performance
Nichole Decker, “Musical Parody, Mickey Katz, and Weird Al Yankowitz”
Hailey Wellington, “Nina Cried Power: Hozier’s Audiotopia”
Juliana Burch, “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys- An Aural Dystopian Album”
Jessica Leibowitz, “Discovering the Invisible Cities Opera”