All posts tagged: reading group

Imagining Alternatives

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Literature & Social Justice / Politics / Truth

In the first meeting of Tackling T.I.N.A, an anti-capitalist reading group, we immersed ourselves in discussion surrounding the power of imagination in struggles for change. As literary scholars our work centers around the imagination. One of the core tenets of fiction is that even when it is based on reality, it comes directly from the imagination. We value fiction for the truths that it can tell us about the world. This positions us as change […]

Bethlehem Summer Fun Times

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Lehigh Culture & Community

With summer approaching, are you longing to take advantage of the break from teaching and seminars to do something fun? Do you have a vitamin D deficiency from reading indoors all winter? It’s time to get outside for those summertime funtimes! How to spend this precious time, though… Sometimes, Bethlehem gets a bad rap– the undergrads endlessly lament that there’s nothing to do off campus. But is this true?

What’s Happening? May 2017

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Hello Summer! We have only 3 weeks left in the Spring Semester and although things are winding down across campus there are still several events you should schedule time to attend. Monday, May 1 at 5:30 – Lehigh Review Release Party This year’s edition showcases yet again the amazing work that our undergraduates are doing through their studies at Lehigh–in both research and original art.┬áTo help celebrate our contributors work, we are hosting a release […]