Feb. 13-26, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 3
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IN THIS ISSUE
A Bold Plan
Turner: ‘The journey continues’
Raising the Bar
Headlines @ U.Va.
Research yields insight into working families
Team designs computer model to predict pathways of blood vessels
Yvonne Hubbard levels the playing field
Board discusses diversity, tuition and more
Faculty Actions
‘Traditions of Exemplary Women’
U.Va. Health System reaches out to uninsured
Linda Layne discusses pregnancy, feminism and health
Poet-critic Alan Williamson here as Rea Visiting Writer
‘Dada DJ’ and friends spin the vinyl Feb. 17
Manned Mars missions on the horizon

Poet-critic Alan Williamson here as Rea Visiting Writer

Alan Williamson, one of America’s most respected poets and literary critics, will visit U.Va. in February as the Rea Visiting Writer in the English Department. He will give a talk about the craft of poetry on Feb. 24 and will read from his work Feb. 26. Both presentations are open to the public and will be held at 8 p.m. at the U.Va. Bookstore. He also will work with students in the department’s Creative Writing Program.

Williamson, professor of English at the University of California-Davis, is known for his meditative, accessible poetry, including “The Muse of Distance,” “Res Publica” and “Love and the Soul.” Among his highly praised critical books, aimed at both an academic and general audience, is “Eloquence and Mere Life: Essays on the Art of Poetry.”


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