Sponsored by a number of departments, we're lucky to have Lawrence Weschler with us this week. Yesterday, he had studio visits with our grads, and tonight he will be giving a lecture. Info below:
Acclaimed essayist and author Lawrence Weschler will deliver a talk at 7pm, March 11, in the Walker Hall Auditorium on campus. The event is free and all are welcome to attend!
Join us at 7pm, March 11, when acclaimed author and essayist Lawrence Weschler gives a talk entitled "Wonder and the Jurassic" in the Willard J. Walker Hall Auditorium on campus. This open lecture is based on his best-selling book Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder, which explores the origin of modern museums and the explosion of curiosity about the natural world that characterized the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Europe.
This event is free and open to the public. It is made possible by the University of Arkansas Honors College, the Fulbright College Honors program, the Program in Creative Writing & Translation, and the Departments of Art, English, History, and Mathematical Sciences.