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Tuesday, October 3 @6 pm
Banned Books from Around the World
WSU Pullman - Terrell Library Atrium

Celebrate Banned Books Week 2023 with the David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities (CAH). The CAH invites you to its panel titled “Banned Books from Around the World.”

Wednesday, October 11 @4 pm
WGSS 2023 InQueery Symposium–After the Tipping Point: Trans Histories & Archives
Conference / Symposium
Online - Online

Join WGSS and the LGBTQ+ Center on Wednesday, October 11, for InQueery 2023–“After the Tipping Point: Trans Histories & Archives.” The symposium will feature student presentations and Associate Professor Dr. Hil Malatino (Pennsylvania State University), whose keynote is entitled “Pure Potential: Reed Erickson and the Trans Twentieth Century.”

Thursday, October 12 @8 am
English Dept Webinar: “Killjoys at Work” by Dr. Sara Ahmed
Online - Online

The Department of English at WSU invites you to its Fall 2023 Webinar titled “Killjoys at Work” by renowned scholar of queer, feminist, and critical race studies Dr. Sara Ahmed. This webinar is sponsored by the David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities (CAH).

Monday, October 16 @6 pm
Visiting Scholars Series Public Lecture: “Editing Willa Cather’s Letters for Digital Publication”
WSU Pullman - Avery Hall

What makes a digital edition of an author’s letters different from a print one? What editorial and technical work goes on behind the scenes to produce one? And what can users of a digital edition of letters learn? Melissa Homestead will answer these questions by giving a guided tour of The Complete Letters of Willa Cather and explaining the principles and practices behind it.