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Frankenstein the topic of Saturday's Convocation


Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014


USU English professor Brian McCuskey
English professor Brian McCuskey is one of two speakers at the Connections Convocation.
CHaSS philosophy professor Charlie Huenemann
Professor Charlie Huenemann joins Brian McCuskey for "The 'Frankenstein' Common Literature Experience."

In a monstrous turn of events, “The ‘Frankenstein’ Common Literature Experience” will be the topic of this year’s Connections Convocation.

 

Brian McCuskey, professor in USU’s English Department, and Charlie Huenemann, associate dean in USU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences and faculty member in the Philosophy Department, will electrify the topic during the address that begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 23, in the Kent Concert Hall, Chase Fine Arts Center on the USU Logan campus.

 

The Convocation is free, open to the public, and also will be broadcast live.

 

The event is sponsored by SOAR — Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration and is part of University Connections.



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