Please join us for our Creative Writing speaker Anya DeNiro, who will be presenting work from FORKING PATHS: An Interactive Reading of "A Bathroom Myth" with audience participation. "A Bathroom Myth" (download game at https://adeniro.itch.io/a-bathroom-myth) mixes magic realism, mythopoetics and transgender activism.
Creative Writing Speaker: Anya DeNiro
7:00pm, MOSAIC Center, SAU, Room 2510
Undergraduate/Faculty Reading Series
5pm, SAU Reading Room
Please join us on Wednesday for the Department of English Undergraduate/Faculty creative reading series, with undergraduate John Palermo, Creative Writing Faculty Lindsay Herko, and special guest artist Rick Petrie!
Creative Writing Awards
3:30PM, Reading Room (Campus Center)
Join us to celebrate our most talented creative writers in poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction, and hear them read from their winning works. Reception to follow.
For more information , please see the Creative Writing Awards page.
2016-2017 Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture
12pm, GOL Auditorium (70-1400)
Join us for the 2016-17 Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture, given by Dr. Hal Daumé III, associate professor at the University of Maryland, College Park. His talk is entitled "Natural Language Processing on Creative Content."
Talk and Performance by Philippe Bootz
5PM, McKenzie Commons
Please join us for a talk and performance by Philippe Bootz, Department of Hypermedia, University of Paris 8. The talk is entitled "digital poetry: a poetry you are reading but are not able to read." See you there!
Sonja Livingston Reading!
1:00PM, SAU Reading Room
Join us for a visit by author Sonja Livingston. She'll be giving a reading, followed by a Q&A and book signing...
This event is sponsored by the English Department, RIT Libraries, the University Writing Program and the Center for Women and Gender.
Undergraduate/Faculty Reading Series: RIT Women Read
5PM, McKenzie Commons
Again this year, the Creative Writing Faculty would like to celebrate Women¹s month with our RIT WOMEN READ event as part of the RIT English Department Creative Writing Faculty reading series. Come join us!
Nick Thurston Reading!
3:00PM, McKenzie Commons
Please join us for a wonderful afternoon of conceptual and digital poetics, featuring Nick Thurston, Professor Sandy Baldwin, and the students of Professor Baldwin's Digital Creative Writing Workshop.
Nick Thurston is a conceptual artist/poet. His best known work is _Of the Subcontract, Or Principles of Poetic Right_.
Def Meets Deaf Poetry Jam
2:00PM, Lovin' Cup
This event features Dangerous Signs, Reenah Oshun Golden, Eric Epstein, Bart White, Eddie Swayze, Kitty Jospe, Paulette Swartzfager, Matt Schwartz, Mental Grafitti, Colleen Powderly, Roc Bottom Slam Team, John Roche, Laurie Rose Monahan, and Lori D. Martinez.
It is free to the public!
This event is ASL and Voice-Interpreted. See you there!
Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture: Joel Tetreault
12:30 pm, Golisano Auditorium
Please join us for the Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture by Joel Tetreault from Yahoo! Research:
Analyzing Formality in Online Communication
Full natural language understanding requires comprehending not only the content or meaning of a piece of text or speech, but also the stylistic way in which it is conveyed. To enable real advancements in dialog systems, information extraction, and human-computer interaction, computers need to understand the entirety of what humans say, both the literal and the non-literal. This talk presents an in-depth investigation of one particular stylistic aspect, formality, incorporating both subjective human perceptions of formality and statistical modeling for predicting formality using rich NLP and deep learning features. Our results provide new evidence in support of theories of linguistic coordination, underlining the importance of formality for language generation systems.
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