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The Hopwood lectures
|Statement||Edited and with an introduction by Nicholas Delbanco.|
|LC Classifications||PN137 .H67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008048156|
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A selection of Hopwood lectures delivered during ten annual awards ceremony, including work by Charles Baxter, Mary Gordon, Lawrence Kasdan, Susan Stamberg, and others Description The prestigious Hopwood Creative Writing Awards were established in from a bequest of the will of Avery Hopwood, a University of Michigan graduate and one of the.
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Studies in Arab History: The Antonius Lectures Author: Derek Hopwood. It includes the Hopwood Lectures from from writers Andrea Barrett, Charles Baxter, Mary Gordon, Donald Hall, Richard Howard, Charles Johnson, Susan Orlean, Susan Stamberg, and our own Lawrence Kasdan (“POV”) and Edmund White (“Writing Gay”).
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Lecture Arguing Affirmative Action. BOOK ONE Part I. Every state is a community of some kind, and every community is established with a view to some good; Hopwood, together with a number of other white candidates, sued the University of Texas Law School in.
Lecture by Mererid Hopwood This will be the March lecture in the Club’s annual programme of literary lectures. The club is now in its 72nd year of existence and runs a series of monthly dinner lectures from September to April.
Researchers should note that while much of the correspondence in the John W. Aldridge Papers can be found in the correspondence series, additional correspondence is located in the Hopwood Awards Program, Lectures and Addresses, Teaching, USIA/Special Ambassador, and Writings series.
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In the Rackham Amphitheatre on Tuesday, 34 graduate and undergraduate students were presented with Hopwood Awards, totaling more than $, in prizes.
The presentation of awards was followed by a lecture by author Susan Choi, who discussed the way people tell stories about themselves.