Flash Fiction: it’s short it’s hot it’s happening it’s now. And we’re reading it this week in Lit Club. We’ll take a look at a few stories published last summer in the New Yorker, discuss your responses to them, and try to discern what, if anything, they might teach us about ourselves and this big blue marble we live on.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
This week in WE@AH we’ll take a closer look at the origins of, reasons for, and controversies about Black History Month. Our discussion will also touch on some of the significant cultural contributions made by trailblazing African-Americans.
The workshop is aimed at providing University faculty staff who teach English Language courses or courses in English with a unique opportunity to hone practical skills for ELT with a special emphasis on developing writing skills.
Mike will talk about the Rules of Evidence and Criminal Procedure and how they impact criminal cases and the rule of law in America. Whether you’re connected to Ukrainian law enforcement, the judicial system, or are simply a fan of American crime shows, please join us!
Set in South Carolina in 1964, this is the tale of Lily Owens, a 14 year-old girl who is haunted by the memory of her late mother. To escape her lonely life and troubled relationship with her father, Lily flees with Rosaleen, her caregiver and friend, to a South Carolina town that holds the secret to her mother's past.
What is the cost of freedom? Discover with us, as we commemorate African American History Month with real stories of courage and sacrifice from the Underground Railroad.