In College Park? Learn about the Coen brothers from an AU professor

Most people reading this blog are probably based in and around Tenleytown, but if you’re out in the ‘burbs, you have to a chance to hear an AU literature professor share their knowledge. Professor Erik Dussere (friend of Media Services) will be at the University of Maryland on Friday, November 18th for “Weird American Odysseys: … Continue reading “In College Park? Learn about the Coen brothers from an AU professor”

Most people reading this blog are probably based in and around Tenleytown, but if you’re out in the ‘burbs, you have to a chance to hear an AU literature professor share their knowledge.

Professor Erik Dussere (friend of Media Services) will be at the University of Maryland on Friday, November 18th for “Weird American Odysseys: Music, Authenticity, and the Coen Brothers.” We don’t know exactly what that entails, but since it’s part of an event series with “Local Americanists,” you can probably figure out the themes Dussere will be touching on. (And with that title, O Brother, Where Art Thou? has to come up, right?)

The talk happens at 3:30pm Friday in UMD’s Tawes Hall, room 2115. We won’t be able to make it, but if you happen to live or work in the College Park area, swing by to hear some thoughts on the Coens. (As an editorial note, I’ve taken Professor Dussere’s course on the Coen brothers offered at American; you’re in for a treat.)