Virtual Middlebury

Open to the Public

Michael Wood, long time Bread Loaf faculty member and Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at Princeton, will discuss what we may hear when we listen closely to the work of Langston Hughes and Toni Morrison, paying special attention perhaps to what they don’t say. It will also consider the effect of listening with them, tuning in to some of the unforgettable jazz that gave a title to a Morrison novel, and that was never far away from any of Hughes’ poems.

This is a webinar taking place via Zoom. Please visit the website to register for this event. There is no charge.

Sponsored by:
Provost's Office

Contact Organizer

Borden, Gail A.