Please join us for a COLI & TRIP job market workshop–Tuesday, November 1 @ 12 noon:

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This Thursday, May 19 at 7 p.m., join recent Comparative Lit alumna Dr. Natalia Andrievskikh for a talk on the collective digital storytelling project, The Afterlife of Discarded Objects, at Cooperative Gallery, 213 State St., Binghamton. Light refreshments will be provided. See poster for details!

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GCOS Workshop: Writing for Publication–Friday, 12/4 @ 12 p.m. *RSVP*

The Graduate Community of Scholars is sponsoring a workshop:

Academic Writing for Publication:

Strategies for Successful Writing in the Humanities

Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Tucker, Department of English

Topics include:

  • How to write for publication in professional journals – what to do/what not to do
  • Writing and citing conventions for papers in the social sciences and humanities
  • Where to publish – knowing your audience
  • How to find suitable journals
  • Considering the difference between print and online journals

Friday, December 4, 2015 ● 12:00 to 1:00pm

University Union West, Room 324

Refreshments will be Served

*Please RSVP to gcos@binghamton.edu

COLI GSO Pedagogy Workshop–TODAY

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Please join us today (Wednesday, 11/18) from 12–1:30 p.m., in LSG 566 for the next COLI GSO Pedagogy Workshop!

The group will discuss: student writings, facilitating effective peer-revision sessions & will highlight some best practices.  The workshop will be co-facilitated by Angela Runciman & Marissa Sabbath.  Workshop materials will be provided & no extra preparation is required.  We look forward to seeing you there!

TRIP GSO Presents: How to Publish Your Literary Translation–Friday, 10/23 @ 10 a.m.

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Have you translated a literary work and would like to get it published?  Want to learn more about the professional side of literary translation?

Come to the first TRIP GSO Workshop of the semester: How to Publish Your Literary Translation, on Friday, October 23 at 10am in LT 1506.

A question and answer session will follow the presentation. Coffee and light refreshments will be served.

Join the Facebook event here!

The TRIP GSO looks forward to seeing you there!