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Patricia Cahill -  "Archival Homeplaces: Shakespeare and African American Performance in the Early Twentieth Century” @ Richard B. Russell Jr. Special Collections Libraries Building, Room 277 | Athens | Georgia | United States

Patricia Cahill will deliver the 2018 Symposium on the Book’s plenary talk, entitled “Archival Homeplaces: Shakespeare and African American Performance in the Early Twentieth Century.”

Cahill is associate professor of English at Emory University, where she specializes in Shakespeare and early modern literature, especially drama. She is the author of Unto the Breach: Martial Formations, Historical Trauma, and the Early Modern Stage.

The symposium is co-sponsored by the UGA Libraries and the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. It is open free to the public 

A reception will follow. 

https://willson.uga.edu/event/patricia-cahill-archival-homeplaces-shakespeare-and-african-american-performance-in-the-early-twentieth-century/?instance_id=1176

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Special tour of the “Fighting Spirit: Wally Butts and UGA Football, 1939-1950” in the rotunda of the Special Collections Libraries

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Special tour of the “Fighting Spirit: Wally Butts and UGA Football, 1939-1950” in the rotunda of the Special Collections Libraries