THE ELMIRA COLLEGE CENTER FOR MARK TWAIN STUDIES
The 1995 Spring Lecture Series at Quarry Farm
"The Trouble Begins At Eight"
Wednesday, May 3, 1995
"Susan Crane and the Quarry Farm Dairy"
Gretchen E. Sharlow
Mrs. Sharlow is the Director of the Center for MarkTwain Studies. Her
research projects and publications focus on the lives of Susan and Theodore
Crane and their relationships with MarkTwain.
Wednesday, May 17, 1995
"Mark Twain's Angelfish: In Fact and in Fiction"
John R. Cooley
Dr. Cooley is Professor of English and Environmental Studies at Western
Michigan University. He is the author of _Mark Twain's Aquarium: The
Clemens-Angel Fish Correspondence_.
Wednesday, May 24, 1995
"The Huckleberry Hypothesis: Huck Finn and the Psychology of Abraham
Robert P. Cavalier
Dr. Cavalier is the Elmira College Dana Professor of Psychology. In June
1994, he participated in a two week Elmira College faculty seminar on
"Teaching Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" with Dr. James Wilson of
Southwestern Louisiana University and Dr. Victor Doyno of the University of
Monday, June 5, 1995
"Mark Twain's Visual Humor"
Louis J. Budd
Dr. Budd is Emeritus Professor of English at Duke University and the author
of _Our Mark Twain: The Making of his Public Personality_. He was the
keynote speaker at the August 1993 "Conference on the State of Mark Twain
Studies," which honored his lifetime achievements to Mark Twain Studies.
Reservations are appreciated as seating is limited. Please reserve your
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Quarry Farm is located on Crane Road in Elmira, NY, which can be reached
East Avenue. Parking is in the field across from the barn.