In-person lectures start July 7 at 7pm at the Park Church
Jodi DeBruyne and Mallory Howard of the Mark Twain House and Museum discuss “the loveliest hone that ever was.”
Lecture will be made available Wednesday, May 26.
Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | TuneIn | CastBox | ListenNotes In 2011, a Northwestern journalism professor invited two graduating students to join him for a three-month road trip. They loosely followed the path set by Mark Twain and it took them to 38 states, covering over 14,000 miles. Interviewing other journalists, scholars, immigrants, nomads, and many others, they were looking for what John Steinbeck had called Genus Americanus, or “what was uniquely American about Americans.” They reported their trip […]
Silas Kaine Ezell discusses Twain’s influence on humor in criticism.
Silas Kaine Ezell’s (Oklahoma Baptist University) talk will be made available on Wednesday, May 19.
Over three months, Loren Ghiglione traveled 14,000 miles by van with two young journalists, following the path of Mark Twain.
Loren Ghiglione is former dean of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism
Laura DeMarco traces Mark Twain’s life journey through the major locales that shaped the great writer.
New episode of The American Vandal Podcast focuses on Raoul Peck’s HBO documentary series.