Moderated by Richard Aregood, visiting professor of English. Panelists include
Panelists include: Wayne Glasker, associate professor of history; Stacia Gillard-Matthews, assistant professor of criminal justice; Lauren Silver, assistant professor of childhood studies; Paul Jargowsky, professor of public policy and administration and director of the Center for Urban Research and Education, and Marcus Biddle, an urban studies major and journalism minor.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) and the Digital Studies Center.
Tyler Hoffman, a professor and chair of the English department at Rutgers–Camden, will explore two key stylistic devices that structure Hemingway’s writing: repetition and omission. He also will reveal what Hemingway learned from Gertrude Stein in Paris about literary method, what future minimalist writers learned from him, and what all of this has to do with icebergs.
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