Schedule, Fall 2017
ENGL 497: Archival Research, Mary Moody Emerson
ENGL 297: Edgar Allan Poe and His Time
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2-5:30, and by appt.
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Hot off the Press!
|NEH Humanities, Winter 2017: cover story, "The Youngest Person in Concord: Mary Moody Emerson Was a Thinker, a Writer, and an Inspiration to All Who Knew Her"|
---Noelle A. Baker and Sandra Harbert Petrulionis
Photos of NEH Summer Institute on "Transcendentalism and Reform in the Age of Emerson, Thoreau, and Fuller," held in Concord, MA, June 18-July 1; directed by Sandy Petrulionis
|An evening of Mary Moody Emerson and her writings at the Concord Museum, as part of their exhibit on "The People of Concord" (July)|
|Talking Thoreau and Wyeth with David Michaelis and Allan Wallach as part of "From Thoreau's Seasons to Men of Concord: N. C. Wyeth Inspired," at the Concord Free Public Library (June)|
|Enjoying a summer visit to the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, NY|
|A new walking trail in Concord!|
|Gotta love these 19th-century "finds" in a used book store near Wells, Maine!|
|Thank you to MaineStage for Free Shakespeare in the Park in Kennebunk this summer!|
|Being interviewed in April at Walden Pond for a new documentary film, Henry David Thoreau: Surveyor of the Soul (see Films by Huey).|