EPML Research Brown Bag

EPML's Research Brown Bag series is designed to showcase research-in-progress. Although it is primarily intended for faculty, everyone is welcome to attend. Talks are typically held during the lunch hour in Classroom Center 316 and via Zoom.

The full schedule will be available through our EPML Calendar. For more information, please contact Dr. Ryan Brooks:

2021-2022 Brown Bags

September 15th: Dr. Eric Meljac, “J. M. Coetzee and the Art of Evil: Revisited in Book Form”
Octotber 20th: Dr. Daniel Helbert, “The ’Stupid Monk’ Who Invented Britain and the Britons: The Historia Brittonum in its Historiographic Context”
November 16th: Dr. Daniel Bloom, "An Imitation of Imitation: Distinguishing the Philosopher and the Sophist in Plato’s Sophist"

February 16th: Dr. Andy Reynolds, "Charting and Mapping Latin American Capital in the First Decades of the 20th Century"
March 23rd: Ms. A.J. McCormick, "Creating 'College Reading and Writing Foundations' Open Access Textbook: Collaboration, Universal Design, and Experiential Learning Methods for Accessible, Engaging Design"
April 20th: Dr. Pat Tyrer, "Poetry with Pat Tyrer"


Dr. Ryan Brooks
Assistant Professor of English