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RWU Birss Memorial Lecture Series: “'The Bell Jar' at 50"
Roger Williams University presents a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Sylvia Plath’s famous novel "The Bell Jar" in the 13th Annual Professor John Howard Birss, Jr. Memorial Lecture Series. Karen N. Kukil, special collections librarian at Smith College, will deliver the keynote address, "‘The Bell Jar’ at 50."
As part of the annual lecture series, a special exhibition on Sylvia Plath and "The Bell Jar" shows in the University Library from February 1 to March 10. The exhibit was prepared by Kristine Fagan, RWU collection development & acquisitions librarian, and Karen N. Kukil. The RWU Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences presents this annual lecture series.
The event will be held in the RWU Global Heritage Hall building, Room G01. It is free and open to the public.
More About Roger Williams University
Roger Williams University is situated on 140 acres of costal land on the Mount Hope Bay. It offers 40 undergraduate academic degree programs and is ranked number 8 in the top 10 comprehensive colleges in the North by U.S. News & World Report.
As a liberal arts school, all students are required to complete core classes and a core concentration in addition to courses in their area of study. This university also offers 92 clubs and organizations, and 20 varsity sports.
The campus is made up of various schools, including the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Marine and Natural Science, and the new Global Heritage Hall. Roger Williams University also has the Dining Commons, a bookstore, library, mail room, career center and recreation center, to name a few of the facilities.
Campus housing options include six on campus buildings, two off-campus buildings and are available to all incoming freshman.
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