INAUGURAL EVENTS SCHEDULE

MARJORIE GARBER, featured speaker for all events

Photos from the Events

Events for Faculty & Graduate Students

Garber Biography

  1. Wednesday, November 4, 2009

    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. INAUGURAL LECTURE
    Shakespeare, the Humanities, and Modern Culture

    How do the works of Shakespeare inform and transform our understanding of modern literature and modern life? What role does Shakespeare play in creating as well as interpreting what we think of as the broader culture of the humanities today?
    • Open to the public, free of charge.
    • Storer Auditorium, UM School of Business Administration,
    5250 University Drive.
    • Reception in the courtyard to follow.

    Thanks to the University of Miami School of Business Administration; and Books and Books, Coral Gables.

  2. Thursday, November 5, 2009

    3:30 p.m. LECTURE
    After the Humanities

    What would higher education be like without “the humanities” as we currently understand the term?
    • Open to the public, free of charge.
    • College of Arts and Sciences Gallery, Wesley House, 1210 Stanford Drive.
    • Reception to follow.

  3. Friday, November 6, 2009

    3:30 p.m. LECTURE
    A Tale of Three Hamlets: Repetition & Revenge

    The surprising, even uncanny intertwining of literature and cultural politics in the story of three versions of HAMLET from the 1930’s: a privately printed edition of the play, a work of criticism, and a detective story.
    • Open to the public, free of charge.
    • College of Arts and Sciences Gallery, Wesley House, 1210 Stanford Drive
    • Reception to follow.