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Brown Bag Mini-Lecture: Eucharistic Poetry of Aquinas

Tuesday, January 29 @ 11:25 am12:00 pm

Lauda, Zion: The Church’s Response to the Gift of Christus Totus in the Eucharistic Poetry of Saint Thomas Aquinas.

Dr. Katherine Haynes, lecturer

This event is part of St. Thomas Aquinas Week January 28-31, a week-long celebration in honor of the Angelic Doctor.

Room 112

About Dr. Haynes

Katherine Haynes teaches a variety of courses for Arts and Sciences, such as Dante, Shakespeare, English and comparative literatures, composition, and speech. Her commitment to undergraduate education is evidenced in recent scholarly publications and presentations that include a chapter in the forthcoming 2nd edition of MLA’s Approaches to Teaching Dante’s Divine Comedy: “Scaffolding for Scholarly Research in a Senior-Level Course Devoted to Dante in Translation” and a public lecture at the Parthenon in Centennial Park, “Remembering Shakespeare or What He Hath Left Us: The Remarkable Rise of the First Folio” in conjunction with the Folger “First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare” exhibit to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. In 2018, in addition to ongoing literary research and classroom teaching, she has been contributing to Faculty Work Groups for the Tennessee State Department of Education Dual Credit Programs in both Speech Communication and English Composition I. Professional memberships include The Shakespeare Association of AmericaThe Dante Society of America, and MLA.


Tuesday, January 29
11:25 am–12:00 pm
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