DML News

The deadline for submissions to the North American Review's James Hearst Poetry Prize has been extended to November 15. First prize is $1000. Click here for more details.

 


Shell GamesClick here to see L&L's Jeffrey Copeland new video introduction to his book, Shell Games: The Life and Times of Pearl McGill, Industrial Spy and Pioneer Labor Activist.



 

Bauer readingPoet Curtis Bauer will be reading at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 19 in the Center for Multicultural Education. This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Languages & Literatures.



 

Cover of Capitalizing on Language Learners' IndividualityMultilingual Matters Press has announced a publication date for L&L’s Tammy Gregersen’s new co-authored book, Capitalizing on Language Learners’ Individuality: From Premise to Practice.



 

Wiley Publishing has named L&L’s Adrienne Lamberti (along with Anne Richards of Kennesaw State University) as editors of a new book series, Engineering Transformation:  Conflict, Crisis, Adaptation. She has also being recognized by ISU with an Alumni Recognition Award.



 

FTRS Season 13 lineup

The Final Thursday Reading Series, hosted by L&L's Jim O'Loughlin, is back for a 13th season with a great lineup of regional creative writers.

 


 

L&L students and faculty discuss Camp Multimedia, a digital skills-based summer camp for middle school students. This year's camp featured specializations in Animation, Video Podcasting, and Video Game Design. 

Camp Multimedia

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Check out the Investigation Discovery channel on Wed., June 12 at 8 p.m.  L&L's Scott Cawelti is among those interviewed for a episode of "Most Likely To..." on Jerry Mark and the Mark Family Murders (the subject of Scott Cawelti's book, Brother's Blood).  Click here to preview the episode.

 


Didn't get to attend the Language Teaching Roundtable last semester?  The event is now available for viewing online.  Click here to view.


 

2013 ReceptionOn April 21 in the Commons Ballroom, the Department of Languages & Literatures held its annual Recognition Reception. Over 50 students received writing awards and scholarships.

 


 

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