“Story” is the title and substance of a presentation of the academic pursuits of Vincent F. A. Golphin. Personal stories chart the basic elements of human lives and societies, and in that sense, are a glue that holds disparate parts into a structure. Stories are what Professor Golphin deals with in various forms in the classroom, speeches and publications as a poet, fiction writer, essayist, commentator, memoirist, cultural analyst and ethnographer. As April's featured Faculty Scholar, he will discuss the role of stories in society and culture and share how they are used in a recent memoir, poetry collection and ethnographic study.
Date of creation, presentation, or exhibit
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Department of English (CLA)
Golphin, Vincent, "Story" (2008). Accessed from
RIT – Main Campus