3 Millionth Volume Lecture-Marjorie Garber of Harvard University

3 Millionth Volume Lecture A Conversation with Marjorie Garber, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English and of Visual and Environmental Studies, Chair of the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies and Director of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University November 13, 3:30 p.m., Paley Library, Lecture Hall 1210 W. Berks Street, Philadelphia, PA With interests ranging from sexuality to literary theory, visual studies to popular culture, academics, real estate, politics, Shakespeare and dogs—Marjorie Garber is one of the nation’s foremost, and versatile scholars. Garber has published thirteen books and edited twelve collections of essays covering these topics and more. She is deeply engaged with visual studies, and her dialogue with the topic–characteristically eclectic–includes Patronizing the Arts (2008), Media Spectacles (2003) and a number of interdisciplinary studies, including the groundbreaking Vested Interests: Cross Dressing and Cultural Anxiety (2002). She has also written extensively on Shakespeare (Profiling Shakespeare [2008], Shakespeare After All [2004]) and literary theory (A Manifesto for Literary Studies [2004], Fieldwork: Sites in Literary and Cultural Studies [1996]). Please join the Libraries, Center for the Humanities at Temple (CHAT) and the General Education Program in welcoming Garber for the 3 Millionth Volume Lecture.

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