57. Talk: A Route of Evanescence
17 October 2021, 13:30 - 14:15
St Hilda's College
Erica McAlpine, Associate Professor of English at the University of Oxford, introduces the poetry of Emily Dickinson, with particular reference to the role played by nature in Dickinson’s output.
This event is an in-person and livestreamed event. Livestreamed performances will be available to watch live in our Digital Concert Hall at the advertised performance time and will be available to watch again and on demand until the end of November.
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The event duration is approximately 45 minutes, with no interval.
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SpeakerErica McAlpine grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. She is an Associate Professor of English and Fellow of St Edmund Hall at Oxford, where she lives with her husband and two children. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The Times Literary Supplement, The New Criterion, The Spectator, Slate, and elsewhere. She studied English and Latin poetry as an undergraduate at Harvard before earning an MPhil from Cambridge and a PhD from Yale. Her book The Poet’s Mistake appeared with Princeton University Press in 2020, and The Country Gambler, a c... Read Full Biography
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