"D. H. Lawrence and Kai Gøtzsche"
Andrew Harrison is Associate Professor of English Literature and Director of the D. H. Lawrence Research Centre at the University of Nottingham. He has published widely on Lawrence. He is the author of The Life of D. H. Lawrence: A Critical Biography (2016), and he has recently edited a new collection of essays entitled D. H. Lawrence in Context (2018).
"D.H. Lawrence and Coterie Performance"
James Moran is Professor of Modern English Literature and Drama at the University of Nottingham, UK. He is the author of a number of books, including The Theatre of D.H. Lawrence (Bloomsbury, 2015).
HARRY T. MOORE AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
IN, AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF, LAWRENCE STUDIES
TBA - Sept., 2019
MARK SPILKA LECTURER
TBA - Sept., 2019
AUDRA BELLMORE and SHARON OARD WARNER
Audra Bellmore is Associate Professor, The Center for Southwest Research; Curator, John Gaw Meem Archives of Southwestern Architecture; Instructor, Museum Studies Program; and Chair, UNM Board of Regents Historic Preservation Committee. She is involved with the restoration, preservation, and interpretation of the D.H. Lawrence Ranch and can inform us about what has been accomplished to-date and what is planned for the future.
Sharon Oard Warner is Professor Emerita of English, University of New Mexico, and Co-Chair for D. H. Lawrence Ranch Initiatives.
Their talk will be on Tuesday, July 14th, at noon.
FEROZA JUSSAWALLA, TOMAS JAEHN, and BRADLEY TEPPER
Feroza Jussawalla, Professor of English, Tomas Jaehn, Director, Center for Southwest Research, and Bradley Tepper, PhD candidate, will talk about the resources available at the CSWR at the UNM library. With slides and screen shots, they will show how to access the materials, using the Rocky Mountain Archive entry point, and show through slides and photographs some of the materials of relevance to Lawrence in three separate collections: the Dorothy Brett collection, the Mable Dodge Luhan collection, and the materials related to Lawrence. They hope also to show slides of what is available in the Laughing Horse collection with photos of the actual woodblock plates, etc. A tour of the collection will be available on Saturday, July 18th, 2020.
This talk will be on Thursday, July 15th, at noon.