Tuesday, November 3, 2009

In Between the Lines


Tonight is the second L.C. Sears lecture event, sponsored by the Honors College and organized by Kelsey Sherrod, an English major. I'm part of the panel, and I'm really excited about taking part in a discussion of women's narratives.

Here's the announcement:

SEARCY, Ark.— The Harding University Honors College has announced its next L.C. Sears Seminar Series event to feature a women’s panel of professors to discuss stories of women throughout history who have made an impact upon the world through film, literature and ingenuity despite a resistant society.

The event, “In Between the Lines: The Narrative of the Feminine Voice,” will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 6:30 p.m. in Harding’s Cone Chapel.

The panel will include Dr. Clea Bunch, University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor of Middle Eastern studies; Dr. Julie Harris,Harding associate professor of history; Dr. Stephanie Eddleman, Harding assistant professor of English; and Dr. Deveryle James, Harding assistant professor of English.

The L.C. Sears Seminar Series was first organized by students and Honors Council members in 2005 and has covered a wide range of relevant topics since, including the response of churches to the HIV/AIDS outbreak and the Arab-Israeli conflict in the Middle East.

For more information, please contact the Harding Honors College at 501-279-4056.


It's open to the public. So, if you're interested, come on out and join us.

4 comments:

Mark Elrod said...

I'm flogging the seminar on my blog and on Twitter. This better be good...

Stephanie said...

Oh, it will be. Maybe Julie and I can get in a catfight to increase the drama.

Heather Mac said...

I'm so sorry I couldn't attend! I heard you were great, though. :)

Stephanie said...

Thanks! I wish you could have been there, too.