Consistently in print since it was first published in Philadelphia 1791, William Bartram’s remarkably unique text, Travels, played an remarkably prominent role in shaping hundreds of years of American literature. Professor William Cahill invites us to investigate the readability of this historic text personally and collaboratively. Join us for a three-meeting test run of what will eventually be a full-length course.
This mini-test-run of the class is FREE and open to all. Classes will take place on Zoom. Please be prepared to attend all three of the meetings: 6/30/20, 7/14/20 and 8/14/20 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Registration links to the classes will be made available closer to the class date.