Wednesday’s lecture is open to the public at no charge. There will be a tour of the Park Church following the talk.
Schocken explores Twain’s struggle between faith and doubt in relation to the Holy Land
Lecture is Wednesday, July 14 7:00pm at the Park Church
Turim-Nygren posits that Twain gives Huck a “truly American” literary language that overcomes racial divisions
Lecture takes place on Wednesday, July 7 at 7:00pm at the historic Park Church
Lectures take place at 7pm on Wednesday for three weeks in July
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.
Silas Kaine Ezell discusses Twain’s influence on humor in criticism.