UNCW’s Buckner Lecture Series Hosts “Feminism and Shakespeare” Author Marianne Novy on Sept. 25

Monday, September 22, 2014

Marianne Novy, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh and former trustee of the Shakespeare Association, will give this year’s Buckner Lecture. Her talk, “Feminism and Shakespeare,” will take place at 6 p.m.on Sept. 25  in the Warwick Center Ballroom One. The talk is free and open to the public. A reception and book signing is scheduled immediately after.

Novy is known for her scholarly work on women and Shakespeare. She’s written three titles and has edited four anthologies. In addition to being a trustee of the Shakespeare Association of America, a professor and author, Novy is also co-founder of the Alliance for the Study of Adoption Studies.

The Buckner Lecture Series is co-sponsored by UNCW’s Department of English. Established by Charles F Green III in 1971, the series brings the most distinguished writers, speakers, and artists of our generation to campus. The Buckner Lecture series is named in honor of Green’s friend, Katherine K. Buckner.