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Upcoming Arnhold Meetings and Colloquia: Winter, 2012 Friday, 1/27, 1:00-2:30, Colloquium 1 “Life in Graduate School”: At this colloquium first year fellows will meet UCSB English graduate students at various phases in the program. Panelists will discuss the challenges and pleasures of graduate study, offer tips for making the most of your time in graduate school, and answered the Fellows’ questions thereabout. Friday, 2/3, 1-2:30, Colloquium 2 “Topics in Research: American Studies”: This panel will be the first in a series on “special topics in research,” addressing some of the department’s best- represented research initiatives. This installment will discuss the English Department’s American Cultures and Global Contexts Center, a “research cluster” focusing on both American literature and Global Studies. The panel will feature the center’s Graduate Fellow Anne Cong- Hyun, as well as graduate students and faculty members in American studies. The panelists will discuss their own research, give an overview of the current state of American studies, and give the students tips for working on long-term research projects in American studies. Friday, 2/10, 11:00-12:30, Colloquium 3 “Topics in Research: COMMA”: This panel will focus on the English department’s initiative, the Center of Modern Literature, Materialism, and Aesthetics (COMMA).
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