On Wednesday, December 6, Dr. Jillian Sayre, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH), will participate in an event called “Dog Feelings: From Animal Stories to Therapy Animals.” This event will center around Dr. Sayre’s discussion of her recent article, “‘But for his dog:” Companion Animals in American Frontier Narratives,” and what we can learn from dog stories and animal kinship. This lecture is in partnership with the Office of Disability Services and the Paul Robeson Library, whose “Woof Wednesday” program will be going on simultaneously to the lecture. Participants will be able to engage and think about therapy dogs in conversation with Dr. Sayre’s research.

This free program will take place on Wednesday, December 6, at 11:20 a.m. in the Paul Robeson Library. All are welcome.