Caldwell College Invites Public to Faulkner Poetry Reading
Friday, March 22, 2013 • 5:34pm
CALDWELL, NJ - Dr. Robert Hamblin, director of the Center for Faulkner Studies at Southeast Missouri State University, will participate in a poetry reading on behalf of the Caldwell College English Department. The reading will take place in the Westervelt Lecture Hall in Werner Hall at 12pm on Thursday, April 4. Werner Hall is located on the college campus at 120 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell. The reading is free and open to the public.
Dr. Robert Hamblin Credit: Center for Faulkner Studies
In 2005, Hamblin led the online discussion of “As I Lay Dying” during Oprah Winfrey’s “Summer of Faulkner” for the Oprah Book Club. According to Southeast Missouri State website, Hamblin is a Professor of English at the university, where he has taught since 1965.
Hamblin has lectured around the world and he has authored or edited of 27 books including fourteen on William Faulkner, six books of poems, two memoirs, and a book on college basketball.
- “Dust and Light: Poems, After Pierre Teilhard de Chardin”
- “This House, This Town: One Couple’s Love Affair with an Old House and a Historic Town"
- “Faulkner and Chopin”
- “Crossroads: Poems of a Mississippi Childhood”
For further information:
Caldwell College English Department
120 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
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Caldwell College is a private, Catholic co-ed four-year college with a strong liberal arts core curriculum that enhances critical thinking and analytical reasoning. Its 25 undergraduate programs, 28 graduate programs and one Ph.D. program, including online and distance learning options, prepare students for today's global marketplace. Students enjoy 12 NCAA Division II athletic teams and numerous clubs, fraternities, sororities and activities on a beautiful 70-acre campus located in the suburbs of Caldwell, N.J. The college was founded by the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Caldwell. The college’s core values of respect, integrity, community and excellence influence academic and campus life.