The Burroughs Century
In celebration of his 100th birthday this February, Bloomington has developed a festival in his honor, knowing his influence throughout America, and our own everyday lives. We are calling this event the Burroughs Century, but we are not looking backward; rather, we believe that the Burroughs Century is ongoing, that we are in the midst of it, and we intend to stage an event that indicates the full range of that continuing influence, including this film series, Burroughs art and literature exhibits, speakers and panels, musical performances, and more. For more information, visit here.
Support for events has been provided by Departments of English, Communication and Culture, Anthropology, American Studies, Comparative Literature, and International Studies, CAHI, Cultural Studies Program, Germanic Studies, Film and Media Studies, Lilly Library, Grunwald Gallery, The Bishop, Buskirk-Chumley Theatre, Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District, Bloomington's Convention and Visitor's Bureau and IU Cinema.
Registration for the academic symposium can be found here.
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