Missed the Annual Humanities Lecture by Fred Robinson?
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Fred Miller Robinson received his PhD from the University of Washington and is a professor of English. He served as chair of the English Department from 1991 until 2005 and has taught a variety of undergraduate courses including Modern Poetry, Modern Drama, Writing Autobiography as well as a text course in Modern Drama to the Globe/USD MFA students. His research focus has shifted from comic theory to cultural studies. Professor Robinson has written three books: The Comedy of Language: Studies in Modern Comic Literature; Comic Moments; The Man in the Bowler Hat: His History and Iconography (a social history of modern life). In 2002, he received the Davies Award for Teaching Excellence.
This lecture was given on Feb. 16, 2011 in the Manchester Conference Center Auditorium at the Unviersity of San Diego. To listen to the full audio of "Translation and Travel" by Fred Miller Robinson, click here.