Language Arts Live Series
Find out more about the Bates Language Arts Live Series and scheduled speakers by visiting https://www.bates.edu/english/academics/language-arts-live/
Critical and Creative Ongoing Work in English
CCOWE (“sea cow”) is an hour-long luncheon and lecture every few weeks in Hathorn Hall (with free pizza and time to chat informally). A CCOWE presentation may come from a member of the Bates community, a student, faculty member, or alum, about some sort of project they are working on in the field of English.
Formally known as the Emily Carroll ’99 Carleton English Guest Lecture, this college event is funded by the King Family Charitable Lead Trust in honor of the positive experiences of Emily Carleton ’99 at Bates College, and also her graduation from the institution. This fund will, at the discretion of the English department, support guest lecturers on campus for the benefit of Bates students and faculty.
The Carleton Lecture in spring 2015 brought Palestinian citizen of Israel, author, and journalist Sayed Kashua and the film “The Borrowed Identity” (based on his book Dancing Arabs) to the Bates campus.