Rachel Glaser, LAS Concentrator alumna, returns to RISD to read from her new novel “Paulina & Fran”

Rachel Glaser, LAS Concentrator alumna, returns to RISD to read from her new novel “Paulina & Fran”

2005 Painting alumna & LAS concentrator, Rachel Glaser, returns to RISD to read from her new novel Paulina & Fran (HarperCollins 2015) on 04/05/16 in…

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An inside look at Phi Eil’s “True Crime” class

An inside look at Phi Eil’s “True Crime” class

An article on Phil Eil’s popular Wintersession class, True Crime, where students examine the genre through a multimedia lens, is featured on RISD News.

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RISD Theatre Production Workshop presents “Reynard the Fox”

RISD Theatre Production Workshop presents “Reynard the Fox”

RISD Theatre Production Workshop will be presenting Reynard the Fox, an original play written and directed by Literary Arts + Studies lecturer Fred Sullivan on…

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Student readings on February 9th

Student readings on February 9th

Students in Matt Purdy’s class, Reading and Writing the Prose Poem and Short-Short Story, will be doing a reading on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:30…

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Phil Eil’s feature article on Mayor Jorge Elorza in Rhode Island Monthly

Phil Eil’s feature article on Mayor Jorge Elorza in Rhode Island Monthly

Phil Eil’s feature article on Mayor Jorge Elorza is in the current issue of Rhode Island Monthly

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Movie Night with Mike Fink – Featuring the 1952 Classic Film “Moulin Rouge”

Movie Night with Mike Fink – Featuring the 1952 Classic Film “Moulin Rouge”

On January 21st, as part of the Liberal Arts Division’s 75th Anniversary celebration, Mike Fink hosted a screening of the 1952 classic film, Moulin Rouge, directed by…

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Nicole Merola featured on RI Public Radio

Nicole Merola featured on RI Public Radio

Nicole Merola was featured on RI Public radio to discuss her holiday book picks for 2015.

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Barbeito lecture at Yale

Barbeito lecture at Yale

Patricia Barbeito spoke to the Yale community about “Crisis Noir: Petros Markaris’ Detective Novels and the Greek Financial Crisis,” the global re-emergence of the “crime noir”…

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Jonathan Highfield gave a lecture entitled “A Foodies View of History: South Africa, Incarceration, Bunny Chow and Smileys.”

Jonathan Highfield gave a lecture entitled “A Foodies View of History: South Africa, Incarceration, Bunny Chow and Smileys.”

Jonathan Highfield gave a guest lecture entitled “A Foodie’s View of History: South Africa, Incarceration, Bunny Chow, and Smileys” at the Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood,…

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Taylor Polites led a talk with author/publisher Kaylie Jones

Taylor Polites led a talk with author/publisher Kaylie Jones

Taylor Polites led a talk with author/publisher Kaylie Jones about the publishing world as she sees it from both sides of the table.

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