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How Teachers Teach and Readers Read: Developing Reading Comprehension in English in Norwegian Upper Secondary School

Lisbeth Brevik, an associate professor at University of Oslo, in Norway will give the first lecture in the Foreign Language Learning Colloquium Speaker Series.
DUC 234 | 6475 Forsyth Blvd

Making Implicit Practices Explicit: Developing Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction in the English Classroom

Lisbeth Brevik, an associate professor at University of Oslo, in Norway will give the first workshop in the Foreign Language Learning Colloquium Speaker Series.
Seigle 301

Annual Matheson Lecture: Toward an Ecological History of World Literature

Professor Walter Cohen from the University of Michigan will give the annual Comparative Literature Matheson Lecture.
Busch 100

Comparative Literature Works-in-Progress Presentation

This event features work of Comparative Literature PhD students in the special International Writers track.
Hurst Lounge | Duncker 201

The Holocaust in Literature and Film: Revisiting Claude Lanzmann's "Shoah"

This year's Holocaust Memorial Lecture in the Assembly Series will be bringing the British cultural scholar Sue Vice to campus.
Umrath Lounge

Comparative Literature Interdepartmental Social Gathering

Graduate students and faculty in Comparative Literature and their affiliated programs/departments are invited to attend this interdepartmental mixer hosted by Comparative Literature.
Eads 103

Our Higher Calling: Rebuilding the Partnership between America and its Colleges and Universities

Holden Thorp, Provost, Rita Levi-Montalcini Distinguished University Professor
TBD

Remembering World War II: Differing National Perspectives

Roddy Roediger
Psychology Building Room 216

“Art and Democracy”

Panel discussion featuring Faculty Book Celebration speaker Caroline Levine
Olin Library, Room 142