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FAMS Courses for Spring 2019

FAMS Courses for Spring 2019

FAMS courses offered in Spring 2019 include Global Horror Film, TV and Twitter, Introduction to Spanish-Language Cinema, Race/Gender/Class/Sports, Film & Video Forms, and Cyberpunk.

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Hernán Díaz Wins New American Voices Award For Immigrant Writers

Hernán Díaz Wins New American Voices Award For Immigrant Writers

On Thursday, October 11, 2018, Hernán Díaz, author of the novel In the Distance, was awarded the inaugural Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Award. Fall for the Book created this post-publication book prize to recognize recently published works that illuminate the complexity of human experience as told by immigrants, whose work is historically underrepresented in writing and publishing.

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News at Mason: Kimberly Reed and Dark Money

News at Mason: Kimberly Reed and Dark Money

"We were somewhat fortunate in that we could tell that story, we could connect a bunch of these dots that typically just don't get connected,” said Kim Reed, who worked with investigative journalists and followed leaked information. Dark Money at GMU Oct 30 4:30pm JCC

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IV Estate: Following the “Dark Money”

IV Estate: Following the “Dark Money”

Kimberly Reed is bring her film, Dark Money, to GMU on Oct 30. She "believes that young people, college students especially, should engage in politics to prevent the corruption that is exposed in “Dark Money.”"

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Visiting Writer Program Welcomes Mason Alums Liam Callanan and Cynthia Marie Hoffman

Visiting Writer Program Welcomes Mason Alums Liam Callanan and Cynthia Marie Hoffman

Novelist and short story writer Liam Callanan and poet Cynthia Marie Hoffman—both of them alumni of Mason’s MFA program in creative writing—will round out the Fall 2018 Visiting Writer series with a joint reading on Thursday, November 8. Their reading begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Fenwick Library Reading Room, second floor of Fenwick Library, on Mason’s Fairfax Campus. The reading is free and open to the public, and books by each author will be for sale during the event.

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