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Unseriousness  Seriously pursued: More notes on camp Friday, April 12, 3:00-4:30 PM, Cate Two Reading Room (2nd Floor) Image: a pen sketch of Ivy Compton-Burnett A "Genre Talks" presentation by Len Gutkin Dr. Gutkin is Associate Editor of The Chronicle Review and the author of the forthcoming Dandyism: Fictional Form from the Fin di siècle to the present (UVA 2020). He has published articles in ELH, Contemporary Literature, Literature Compass, and Genre. His reviews appear in the Times Literary Supplement, Boston Review, Lost Angeles Review of Books, and Post 45.  Sponsored by the OU Department of English and its journal Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture

Unseriousness Seriously Pursued: More Notes on Camp

Friday, April 12, 3:00-4:30 PM, Cate Two Reading Room (2nd Floor)

A "Genre Talks" presentation by Len Gutkin

Dr. Gutkin is Associate Editor of The Chronicle Review and the author of the forthcoming Dandyism: Fictional Form from the Fin di si├Ęcle to the Present (UVA 2020). He has published articles in ELH, Contemporary Literature, Literature Compass, and Genre. His reviews appear in the Times Literary Supplement, Boston Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, and Post 45

Sponsored by the OU Department of English and its journal Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture

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To learn more about OU English, please read our Fall 2018 alumni newsletter (pdf), which describes some of the various events, awards, research, and study abroad programs our faculty and students have been involved in this past year. 

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Our faculty teach in two broad areas:  literary and cultural studies and writing.  We wed the theoretical with the practical and creative, focusing on traditional literary study and on digital humanities, technical writing, film and media, and more. 

We ask questions about indigeneity, race and gender, sexualities, religion, economics, artistic forms and genres, techniques of writing, visual expression, and the global world we live in today.

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