2016-2017 Events 

The Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature brings an array of authors to campus every year. Writers give readings from their work, visit students in classes, have lunch with small groups of students, and sometimes participate in workshops that focus on student writing. Many writers also visit local high schools and libraries to talk with community members beyond the Hiram College campus. The goal is to give emerging writers and interested readers an opportunity to meet practicing writers and scholars.

Thursday, September 29, 7:00 pm, Pritchard Room, Hiram College Library
Reading: From Curlers to Chainsaws: Women and Their Machines

 

 

 

Ancient World but Modern Lessons: A Talk About Race Before Whiteness in Ancient Greece and Rome
While we tend to view race as a universal idea, it’s actually a modern concept shaped over time, based on historical context and circumstances. A...
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From Curlers to Chainsaws
Hiram writers to read their essays about women and their machines A Singer sewing machine, prosthetic limb, chainsaw, curling iron and several other gadgets reveal...
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Poetry with purpose
Hiram College English professor reflects on humans’ impact in new poetry collection, ‘Local Extinctions’ Most people have heard of plant and animal species going extinct...
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Student writers to be recognized at ‘An Evening of Hiram Writers’ on April 5
Hiram College will celebrate and honor its student writers at An Evening of Hiram Writers at 7 p.m. on April 5 in the Alumni Heritage...
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Senior Paul Dickerson is Literary Contest Finalist
Senior Paul Dickerson joined the ranks of other past creative writing majors, and was a fiction finalist at the 56th Annual Lex Allen Literary Festival...
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