Paul Kei Matsuda

Gesa Kirsch Talk, November 2, 2006

For my research methods class this semester, I've invited Professor Gesa Kirsch from Bentley College. We are using two of the books she co-edited, and the feminist perspective she brings to the discussion of research methodology and ethics is particularly important for my students.

On Thursday, November 2, she will give a talk entitled, "'Like an August Mushroom Hunt': Serendipity, Creativity, and a Sense of Place in Archival Research." More information about the talk is availiable at

Her visit is part of the Department of English Lecture Series; it is also partially supported by Summer Literacy Institute.

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Blogger Jonathan Benda said...

Wow. Wish I could go. Any chance this talk will be recorded?

Friday, October 20, 2006 2:30:00 AM  

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