DML News

Vonnegut's WorldUNI student writers are publishing parallel stories (a.k.a. “fan fiction”) for Amazon Kindle’s “World of Kurt Vonnegut.” Click here for more information.

 


 

FTRS Spring 2014This semester's featured readers are (l to r): Timothy Fay, Vince Gotera, Letitia Moffitt, and Larry Baker. Click here for more.

 


 

The University of Northern Iowa seeks applications for the following positions, available August 18, 2014:
  • Assistant Professor, Spanish (literature)
  • Assistant Professor, Spanish (linguistics or related field)
  • Assistant Professor, English (creative nonfiction)
  • Instructor, Chinese Language & Culture


 

Inish BofinConsidering studying abroad? Check out L&L faculty-led programs in Puerto Rico, France, Italy, and Ireland.  Click here for more info.

 


Mark WagenaarClick here to read an interview with Mark Wagenaar, L&L creative writing M.A. and author of the poetry collection, Voodoo Inverso (University of Wisconsin Press).



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.



 

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