Thursday, September 20 › 4-5 p.m.
Fulton, Westminster College, Hunter Activities Center, Hermann Lounge
Dr. Theresa Adams, Dr. Barri Bumgarner, Dr. Heidi Lavine, Dr. Nate Leonard and Dr. Carolyn Perry of Westminster College will lead a discussion about how writers tell crime stories in various genres. They will touch on the tragedies of Shakespeare, the mysteries of Sherlock Holmes as told by Arthur Conan Doyle and the violent crimes of the heart in the writings of Toni Morrison. Dr. Bumgarner will also share her experience researching a local crime in Mid-Missouri for one of her books. Sponsored by the Westminster College English Department and Sigma Tau Delta (Honorary English Society).
Registration: Not required.