A new installment of Matt Seybold’s “Apocryphal Twain” series focuses on an aphorism often attribued to Mark Twain and George Carlin, but with actual orgins in midcentury cinema.
Stephen Pasqualina talks about his recent experiences on the East Hill and a different way of looking at Quarry Farm
The talk is scheduled for Thursday, August 6 at 5:30pm EST
Lecture is entitled “Between Spectacle and Structure: Mark Twain’s Anti-Imperialism”
A Kansas teacher explains how this early Mark Twain story appeals to the interests of contemporary students.
Stephen Pasqualina (University of Nevada, Reno) delivers the next lecture
Cindy Lovell offers this review for the Mark Twain Forum
Chadwick challenges educators at all levels to rethink how they bring Mark Twain Studies into the classroom
Online conversation takes place on Thursday, July 23 at 5:30pm EST
Lecture will be available online on Wednesday, July 22