January 26th in McHenry Library - What Is a Reader?

Event poster with Alberto Manguel photo

Date:  January 26

Time:  10:30-12:30 and 1:30-3:30

Where:  Morning lectures will take place in Special Collections and Archives, on the 3rd Floor of McHenry Library.  Afternoon discussion workshop will be on the 2nd floor of McHenry.  The evening lecture will be in Humanities 1, room 210.

 

Faculty, staff, and graduate students are warmly invited to a day of events to be hosted at the University of California, Santa Cruz on January 26th, 2012.
 
What is a Reader? is a multi-campus project supported by the Teagle Foundation’s Big Questions in the Disciplines initiative. Established in 2009 by faculty members in English and Literature departments from Mills College, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and UC Santa Cruz, the group seeks to understand undergraduate literacy today in historical perspective and its implications for the study of literature at the college level. Please see: whatisareader.stanford.edu.