SCHOLARS CONFERENCE 2019

9:00-9:15   Opening remarks and announcements, Robert Bray, Director

9:15-10:30  “Hot Off the Press: New Work on Tennessee Williams”

Henry Schvey, Washington University; Dirk Gindt, Stockholm University; John Bak, Université de Lorraine; Stuart Noel, Georgia State University (moderator)

10:45-12:00  “Holding Tennessee: Exploring the Williams Collections”

Dale Douglas Stinchcomb, The Harvard Theatre Collection; Eric Colleary, The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center; Mark Cave, The Historic New Orleans Collection; Jessica Dorman, The Historic New Orleans Collection (moderator)

1:30-2:45   “Film and Southern Identity”

Elizabeth Steeby, University of New Orleans; Trimiko Melancon, Loyola University of New Orleans; Allison Graham, University of Memphis; Will Brantley, Middle Tennessee State University (moderator)

3:00-4:00  “Arias, Art Songs, and Piano: Music Inspired by the Works of Tennessee Williams”

Armour Ratcliffe, Soloist; Peter Collins, Pianist; Alfred Lemmon, Consultant

Historic New Orleans Collection, $20 or VIP, Combo, or Literary Discussion Pass

  Individual tickets to this event are available for $20

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  Williams Research Center

  FRI 3/29/19 9:00 am