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Gilbert Lecture Series – Spring 2013

NoViolet Bulawayo Winner of the  2011 Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story “Hitting Budapest.” Her book, We Need New Names, is forthcoming summer 2013 from Little, Brown (U.S.) and Chatto & Windus (U.K.). She earned an MA … Continue reading

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Raffle prizes!

As you all know, our first Gilbert lecture is in 2 days! And as a reminder, we will also be having a raffle and give away 2 copies to the lucky winners. This is a really great opportunity for Caballero is a rare … Continue reading

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Get ready for our first speaker!

I hope everyone is excited about our first speaker, Raul Coronado, coming to SMU in exactly two weeks! Remember to RSVP and get a free ticket to attend the event: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4257690868?ref=ebtnebregn It’s really simple. Just click on “Register,” fill out your … Continue reading

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Fall Lecture Series

Get excited for our Gilbert Lecture Series which is hosted by the English Department. It is a free lecture open to the public. Interested in Latino studies? Our first guest is Raúl Coronado (Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago) who focuses on Latina/o literary … Continue reading

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