Oct 13 - This panel will gather to discuss Leshem’s book and the implications of the work. Gil Anidjar will moderate.
Oct 20 - Frances Ferguson has called free indirect style, or the intimate third-person representation of a character's words and thoughts, "the novel's one and only formal contribution to literature." In English letters, the invention of free indirect style is normally attributed to Jane Austen.
Oct 21 - The editors of Public Books, Sharon Marcus and Caitlin Zaloom, invite you to Columbia University for a half-day event about the future of cultural journalism. Join editors and critics from around the world to discuss how the internet has—and has not—created a global readership.
Nov 4 - Join us in 612 Philosophy Hall to learn more about applying to graduate school. All questions are welcome, including how to target schools, preparing your application materials, and choosing a program that's right for you. The panel will include Profs. Michael Golston as well as current graduate students Martin Larson-Xu and Emma Styles Swaim.
Nov 15 - Join GSC for a workshop on academic conferences. Profs. Matt Hart and Cristobal Silva will discuss how to choose conferences, how to apply for them, and how to get the most out of them.