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Mihaela Mosculiuc

Sep 21

Mihaela Mosculiuc 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

Born and raised in Romania, Mihaela Moscaliuc came to the United States in 1996 to complete graduate work in American literature. She received an M.A. from Salisbury University, an M.F.A. in poetry from New England College, and a Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of Maryland.

Free Event


Backstreet Boys

Jun 13

Backstreet Boys 

MAC At Monmouth - 12 AM

This is us" Tour Mindless Behavior opens teh show


Alice in Chains

May 20

Alice in Chains 

MAC At Monmouth - 12 AM

A metal band with an alternative-rock edge, Alice in Chains was among the biggest to emerge from the grunge scene that spawned Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden.


Nicole Cooley

Apr 27

Nicole Cooley 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

Nicole Cooley grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her new book of poems, Breach, about Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, will be published by Louisiana State University Press in March 2010. Her first book of poetry, Resurrection, won the 1995 Walt Whitman Award and was published by LSU Press in 1996.

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Colm Tóibín

Mar 25

Colm Tóibín 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

Tóibín was born in Ireland in 1955. He is the author of six novels including The Blackwater Lightship and The Master, both shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and the winner of a Los Angeles Times Book Prize.

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Matthew and Michael Dickman

Dec 9

Matthew and Michael Dickman 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

Twin brothers, both authors have been profiled in Poets & Writers and The New Yorker.

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Willis, Aliki and Tony Barnstone

Oct 15

Willis, Aliki and Tony Barnstone 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

Willis Barnstone taught in Greece at the end of the civil war (1949-51), in Buenos Aires during the Dirty War, and during the Cultural Revolution went to China, where he was later a Fulbright Professor of American Literature at Beijing Foreign Studies University (1984-1985); Aliki Barnstone is a poet, translator, critic, and editor; and Tony Barnstone is The Albert Upton Professor of English Language and Literature at Whittier College and holds a Masters in English and Creative Writing and Ph.D. in English Literature from U.C. Berkeley.

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