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English 110 College Writing
Monday through Thursday 9:30AM - 12:10 PM (6/18 - 7/12) with Dr. Christina Roberts
English 120 Introduction to Literature
Monday through Friday 9:30AM - 11:40PM (6/18 - 7/12) with Dr. Andrew Tadie
English 480 - Two Sessions
Modernism, Time Travel and Alternate History
Monday through Thursday 9:30AM - 12:10 PM (6/18 - 7/12) with Dr. Charles Tung
Global Time and the Experience of Anachronism
Monday through Thursday 9:30AM - 12:10 PM (7/16 - 8/11) with Dr. Charles Tung
English 389 Detective Fiction
Monday through Thursday 12:30PM - 3:00PM (6/18 - 7/12) with Dr. Katherine Koppelman
Contact English Department for more information (206) 296-5420
Kevin Grange, class of 2004, has published Beneath Blossom Rain: Discovering Bhutan on the Toughest Trek in the World (Bison Books/University of Nebraska Press). He will speak about his experiences along Bhutan's infamous, 216-mile Snowman Trek at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Bookstore on Friday, December 9 at 8 p.m.
The Creative Writing major and mountaineer spent 24 days trekking in the Himalayas among its sacred valleys and tiny villages. He has been to Bhutan four times and has completed the Snowman Trek three times, including twice as a guide. At his presentation, he will show images taken along the way by his colleague and traveling companion, National Geographic photographer Peter McBride.
Kevin Grange is an award-winning freelance writer who has written for Backpacker Magazine, National Parks Magazine, and the Orange County Register, among others.
Fr. James Pribek, S. J., Ph.D. will join the The English Department faculty for spring quarter as the LeRoux Chair. He will teach a course on Modern Irish Drama. Fr. Pribek holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Gonzaga University, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, and University College Dublin. A specialist in Irish Literature, his dissertation traced the influence of Cardinal John Henry Newman on James Joyce.
His more recent research has focused on Fr. Joseph Darlington, a Jesuit converted by Newman who served alongside Hopkins and eventually became the teacher of James Joyce. He has also examined Newman’s influence on a number of twentieth-century writers in Ireland, England, and the U.S.
Fr. Pribek, currently teaches at Canisius College. His courses include the First Year Seminar, English 101, Honors English, Honors 111 (Western Traditions II), Contemporary Catholic Fiction, Introduction to English Studies, Irish Literature, Modern Irish Drama, Joyce’s Ulysses, Yeats and his Times, and Nineteenth-Century British Literature.
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