We are one of the cultural hubs of the campus. We offer literary programming across disciplines, spaces to study and to hold class, professional mentorship and guidance for students, and training in new and antique printing technologies. Our job is to help students grow as artists and to envision the lives they can have as writers, editors, and publishers, once they graduate from Washington College.
March 30th, 2017
The Personal & the Political: An Evening with Carolyn Forché
This is the third event in our Spring 2017 series on “The Personal & the Political.”
April 4th, 2017
Sophie Kerr Lecture Series: Feminism is Everywhere—A Lecture by Dr. Phyllis Rackin
Come listen to the great Shakespeare scholar and mentor of Professor Moncrief and Rydel, Dr. Phyllis Rackin!
April 6th, 2017
The Personal & the Political: An Evening with Chris Abani
This is the final event in our Spring 2017 series on “The Personal & the Political.”
April 19th, 2017
Spring Movie Night: Carol
Literary films, popcorn, and snacks—what could be better? Come enjoy films picked by students and Lit House staff. Be sure to stay afterward for a rousing discussion of the evening’s movie.
April 20th, 2017
7:00pm - 8:30pm:
Graduating Seniors read from their writing.