Event Date Details:
The event will take place outdoors on the Rose Miller Sky Terrace, located on the 4th floor of Mosher Alumni House, which is accessible by elevator. Guest parking can be obtained on the UC Santa Barbara campus. Short-term visitor parking near Mosher Alumni House is available in the Mesa Parking structure (Lot 18) or in Lot 16 with a valid visitor permit.
- Rose Miller Sky Terrace
- 4th floor of the Mosher Alumni House
This event is free and sponsored by the GCLR. RSVP here: https://forms.gle/qrUx1xQTb2qMA1f3A
Rachel Feldman email@example.com
In addition to hosting distinguished visiting professors and its annual conference, the Graduate Center for Literary Research (GCLR) also actively supports graduate student writing and research by conducting roundtables for student work. These GCLR roundtable workshops, comprised of graduate students from across the humanities, offer selected graduate students a prime opportunity for extended feedback from an interdisciplinary perspective as well as possible financial support or conference travel. In light of travel and conference restrictions due to Covid-19, travel funds will be held for later distribution, when needed. Finalists from the roundtable workshops are now also invited to adapt their work into a spotlight article to be published in the annual GCLR responsive journal Exchanges.
Our Fall Roundtable will take place this Friday, November 5th starting promptly at 4:00 and ending at 5:00 pm PST at Mosher Alumni Hall's beautiful Rose Miller Sky Terrace, located outside on the fourth floor of the Mosher Alumni House, which, in addition to being safer than gathering indoors, also offers us the dramatic, panoramic views of Goleta Beach, Santa Ynez Mountains and campus to enjoy. We will enjoy each other's company, as well as wine and cheese courtesy of SB Wine and Cheese company, as we come together (in person!) to offer our roundtable speakers - Carmen Araujo, Christene D'anca, and James Nate Nicols -a prime opportunity for extended feedback from an interdisciplinary perspective as well as financial support of $500.00 for conference travel. Congratulations to our three Fall finalists!
Please remember to bring a warm jacket, and we'll see you there!