Writers At Newark: James Goodman, Rachel Hadas
OR Multipurpose Room 231 (Located in Paul Robeson Campus Center)
James Goodman is the author of essays, short stories, and three books, Stories of Scottsboro, Blackout, and But Where is the Lamb? He has received fellowships from Princeton University, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation and Rutgers University, Newark where he has taught history and creative writing since 1997.
Rachel Hadas is the Board of Governors Professor of English at the Newark campus of Rutgers. She is the author of over a dozen books of poetry, essays, and translations. Her most recent books are the memoir, Strange Relation, about her husband's illness; a book of poems, and The Golden Road; and an edited anthology The Waiting Room Reader II.
- Wed. Aug. 13: Summer Session Ends
- Mon. Sep. 1: Labor Day - University Closed
- Tue. Sep. 2: First day of Fall Semester
- Thu. Nov. 27: Thanksgiving Day - University Closed