The Faculty Lecture Series is organized by the English Department of Bronx Community College to create an opportunity for our faculty to share their ongoing creative and scholarly work with colleagues, students, and the broader community, both on and off campus.
First Thursdays! (Usually ...) Events are scheduled for the first Thursday of every month at either 2:00 or 4:00pm in the Law Classroom (NL-314) at the Bronx Community College Library. The schedule may vary to align with department meetings. Details below--click each event for further information. All are welcome!
Fall 2018 Events
“Howl at ‘The Place’: Sex, Race, and Space in the Cold War Urban Underground”
February 7, NL 314, 2-4pm
(In Colaboration with the Department of History)
"Using ESL Students’ First Language to Promote College
March 7, NL 314, 2-4pm
Iain Haley Pollock
"Ghost, like a Place: a Poetry Reading"
April 11, NL 314, 2-4pm
"Pocket-Sized Archives: Classic Consoles, Nostalgia, and Corporate Rememory"
May 9, NL 314, 2-4pm