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Literature at Sea: A Brief History of Existence

Started Nov 9, 2020

Vitally important to human existence (and perhaps foundational to all matter) is the sea, of which we know relatively little. Take an imaginative deep dive into this space through literature.

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SAT, NOV 28 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Lost at Sea: Week 3 Discussion

Meeting to discuss our third reading.

SAT, DEC 5 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Finding Ourselves at Sea: Week 4 Discussion

SAT, DEC 12 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Finding Others at Sea: Week 5 Discussion

SAT, DEC 19 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Beginning Descent: Week 6 Discussion

SAT, DEC 26 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Time Below Sea: Week 7 Discussion

SAT, JAN 2 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Diving Deeper: Week 8 Discussion

SAT, JAN 9 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Exploring the Deep Sea: Week 9 Discussion

SAT, JAN 16 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Beginning Ascent: Week 10 Discussion

SAT, JAN 23 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

Surfacing with New Visions: Week 11 Discussion

SAT, JAN 30 5:00 PM UTC | 1.5 hrs

The Voyage Home: Week 12 Discussion


Facilitated by Timothy Wilcox

Timothy Wilcox has a Ph.D. in English from Stony Brook University, where he taught literature for five years. He studies British Romanticism, digital literature, and imagination.

Members

Lucy (she/her)
$250
12 weeks
Prerequisites

Participants should have college-level reading comprehension in English. No further skills or background knowledge are required.