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Spring 2012 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU

Spring 2012 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU

In the third installment of the Spring 2012 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU, Dr. Robb McDaniel presented “The Self-Incriminator: John Lilburne, the Star Chamber and the English Origins of American Liberty” on Feb. 13. Lectures on this semester’s topic, “Prison Writing: From Boethius to Mehdi Zana,” are held each Monday in Room 106 of the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building, beginning at 3 p.m. The 12-week series will be held every Monday except March 5, when students and faculty are on spring break. Dr. Mark Jackson of the MTSU English department will lead a special honors lecture, “Lead Belly,” at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 3. To learn more about the lecture series, visit http://mtsunews.com/spring-honors-lecture-series.

 

In the second installment of the Spring 2012 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU, Dr. Amy Kaufman presented “Sir Thomas Malory and the Confined Body” on Feb. 6.

 

 

To kick off the Spring 2012 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU, Dr. Philip Phillips presented “Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy and Philosophy’s Consolation to the Prisoner” on Jan. 30.

 


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