Humanities Events and Calendar

Humanities students have many opportunities to learn and grow, both within the classroom and outside, through student music and theatre performances, speech and debate competitions, art showings, the Visiting Writer Series, the Annual Stegner Lecture, and so much more.

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Flyer for Stegner Lecture

The LCSC Humanities Division is Proud to Present the 39th Annual Stegner Lecture with poet/essayist Lia Purpura.


Friday, March 12, 7:00 p.m.
LCSC Humanities Division YouTube Channel
Free and open to the public


“We Are All Fiercely Tethered”—Lia Purpura reads from her essay collection All the Fierce Tethers. Lia Purpura is the author of nine collections of essays, poems, and translations. A finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award for On Looking (essays, Sarabande Books), her awards include Guggenheim, NEA, and Fulbright Fellowships, as well as four Pushcart Prizes, the Associated Writing Programs Award in Nonfiction, and others. Her work appears in The New Yorker, The New Republic, Orion, The Paris Review, The Georgia Review, Agni, Emergence, and elsewhere. She lives in Baltimore, MD, where she is Writer in Residence at The University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She has taught in the Rainier Writing Workshop’s MFA program, at Breadloaf Writers Conference, The University of Iowa’s Nonfiction MFA program and at conferences, workshops, and graduate programs throughout the country. Her newest collection of poems is It Shouldn’t Have Been Beautiful (Penguin) and her latest collection of essays is All the Fierce Tethers (Sarabande Books).

Flyer for TRR's Publication Event

Tuesday, March 16, 6:00 p.m. - Talking River Review is hosting Prep Your Piece for Publication (Library TCC & Zoom. Pre-registration required. Email [email protected]). This event is free and open to everyone.