Join us on Friday, 12/1 at 12:10 p.m. in Bates Dining Room in the Caf for Literature and Language over Lunch. Dr. Kristi McKim will discuss writing her new book RUSHMORE.
This fall the Hendrix-Murphy Foundation awarded $41,336 in grants for six student cocurricular projects, two faculty-led campus projects, and one faculty-led study-travel project in literature and language. Read about these upcoming immersive experiences http://bit.ly/40Jze2U
This July, 11 Hendrix students spent a month in Spain, exploring and studying peninsular and Latin American Spanish literature at the University Complutense of Madrid. Read the full story about Hendrix-in-Madrid http://bit.ly/40BSmzO
Join us on Wednesday, 11/15 from 4:10-6:00 p.m. in the Murphy Seminar Room for a table read of Murphy Fellow in Theatre Lavinia Roberts’ prize winning play The Curious Case of Agatha Christie! No need to prepare in advance. Optional dress: mystery or 1920s. All are welcome.
Join us on Thursday, 11/16, at 8 p.m. in the Murphy Seminar Room for Word Garden! Satya McCarthy-Rotella, Madeline Mundkowsky, Ellery Seymour, and Lain Shoals will read original works. The Creative Writing Program's WG features the best in Hendrix student creative writing.
Murphy Visiting Poet Kyle Tran Myhre will read and discuss his work on Thursday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Reves Recital Hall. A reception and book signing in Trieschmann Gallery will follow. This event is free and open to the public.
Join Hendrix-Murphy and the Organization for Latino Expressions (OLE) for a special Dia de Muertos event on Wednesday, November 1 at 6:00p.m. in the Murphy House. RSVP here http://bit.ly/3tWi85n
Walk-ins are also welcome!
Join us on Friday, October 27 from 10:10-11 a.m. in the Murphy Seminar Room for a conversation with Odyssey medalist Trenton Lee Stewart ’92 about his award-winning book series and the life of a writer. All are welcome.
The second Word Garden of the year is next week! Sydney Austen, Noah Carroll, Autumn Gault, and Mabrey Matz will read original works of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. See you Thursday, September 28, at 8 p.m. in the Murphy House. All are welcome!
Join us Friday, September 29 for Literature and Language over Lunch! Dr. Dorian Stuber, Annie Elliott, Ellery Seymour, and Sophia Stolkey will give a presentation about their summer study-travel experience in Germany.
Join us in celebrating the release of The Perfect Bastard: Poems by Murphy Scholar alum Quinn Carver Johnson ’21! Don’t miss Quinn's campus Book Launch on 9/21 and their Literature and Language over Lunch on 9/22.
K-Ming Chang is a poet, novelist, and short story writer who, at age 25, has already been named a Kundiman Fellow, a Lambda Literary Award Winner, a National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 Honoree, and an O. Henry Prize Winner. Read about her upcoming visit: http://bit.ly/3P9TDZC
In anticipation of Murphy Visiting Poet Garrett Hongo’s 10/5 public reading, students, faculty, and staff are invited to join the Coral Road: Poems reading group! If interested, email McGill@hendrix.edu
by Monday, 9/18 to sign up and receive a free copy of the book.
Join us on Friday, September 15 for Literature and Language over Lunch with Lily Ryall ’24. Lily will discuss her summer study-travel experience to Québec, Canada! Can’t wait to hear more? Read about her trip in her Murphy Scholar profile https://bit.ly/42PRGWX
Join us this Friday, 9/8 at 7 pm in Cabe Theatre for the 26th annual Playwright’s Theatre! Bring a friend! This event is free and open to the public.
The first Word Garden of the year is next week! See you Thursday, 9/7, at 8 pm in the Murphy House. The Creative Writing Program's Word Garden features the best in Hendrix student creative writing. All are welcome.
Got an idea for a project that involves literature or language? Don't miss our funding info session with Odyssey on Thursday, 9/7 at 11:10 in Mills A. Read more about Hendrix-Murphy funding: http://bit.ly/3OPNn9c
Renova Uwingabire ’23 completed five Murphy Scholar projects, all of which deepened her reading and writing skills and explored her passions. Read about her work with the campus community and her effort to bring awareness to global causes. http://bit.ly/44pzaFM
Professors Hope Coulter and Ty Jaeger traveled with 12 students to the Emerald Isle to investigate how the literary arts have shaped, and been shaped by, Irish culture and tradition. Read about their trip to Dublin and the West Cork Literary Festival. http://bit.ly/47gvvg2
Murphy Scholar Sophia Isely ’23 deepened her experiences in language learning and the medical field through the Murphy Scholars Program. Read about her interdisciplinary projects in Ecuador, Spain, and on Hendrix College campus. http://bit.ly/3OqH9fV