February 10, 2009

Preview: Erik Satie with Mary Davis

Be sure to tune in later this week for episode 6. Or better yet, subscribe to Off the Shelf's updates by email or via RSS using the links on the right side of this page so that you will be notified whenever I add to this site.

In episode 6, I'll be talking with Mary Davis, associate professor and chair of CWRU's Music Department about her biography of French composer Erik Satie. Coupled with episode 5, it's like a mini-theme centered on fin de siecle Paris!

Posted by William Claspy on February 10, 2009 04:00 PM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0)

January 28, 2009

Preview: Proust's Deadline with Christine Cano

Watch this space next week for the first Off the Shelf interview of the new semester. I'll be speaking with Professor Christine Cano from CWRU's Department of Modern Languages and Literature about her book Proust's Deadline.

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January 21, 2009

The Death of the Author- A Publishing Horror Story

Horror Story

The Kelvin Smith Library and the Faculty Senate Library Committee are hosting a special event centered on authorship, copyright and intellectual property rights. Come hear Professors Timothy Beal and William Deal of CWRU's Department of Religion talk about their publishing horror story.

Posted by William Claspy on January 21, 2009 09:19 AM | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

October 08, 2008

Ohio Day of Dialog

Off the Shelf's intrepid host will be attending the upcoming Ohio Day of Dialog, hosted by Library Journal.

I am looking forward to the panel discussion entitled Interviewing Authors, as are, I am sure, future guests. The panel includes CWRU's own Thrity Umrigar. Hopefully I'll get an interview date booked with Professor Umrigar soon!

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October 07, 2008

New Book by DMLL Faculty Member

Case Daily recently announced that Assistant Professor of French Cheryl Toman's new book, Contemporary Matriarchies in Contemporary Francophone Literature, was recently published. Congratulations, Professor Toman!

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