Hal Holladay and Tanya Marcuse to offer faculty forums at Simon's Rock
GREAT BARRINGTON, MA- Simon’s Rock faculty continue to hold faculty forums on their current work and interests at Simon's Rock. Hal Holladay, professor in Literature, is scheduled for a forum on April 10 at 5 p.m., “Had I A Hundred Mouths, The Fiction of William Goyen.” Photography faculty member Tanya Marcuse is scheduled to present “Reason and Rapture: Photographs of 18th-century Anatomical Models,” at 5:15 p.m. on April 23. Both forums will be held in the Oak Room in Blodgett House.
Dr. Holladay is a renaissance scholar with a particular interest in Shakespeare, but his interests also include classical Greek literature, medieval studies, postcolonial fiction, modern British fiction and poetry, Southern fiction, and Buddhist thought. In the spring of 2005, Dr. Holladay was appointed as the first Emily H. Fisher Faculty Fellow.
Tanya Marcuse has had her photographs exhibited in the collections of the Corcoran Museum of Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Yale Art Gallery, and The Library of Congress. She has been the recipient of the recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship, Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, a National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts Award, and the George Sakier Memorial Prize for Excellence in Photography from Yale, as well as fellowships from the Center for Photography at Woodstock, and the Dutchess County Arts Council.
Both forums are free and the public is welcome.