Monthly Archives: February 2015

Southern Literature Professor Discusses Harper Lee’s Second Novel

Fifty-five years after the debut of her Southern novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee recently announced that she would be releasing a sequel to her famous novel called Go Set a Watchman. This summer, readers will be able to read from Scout’s perspective, except this time it is her point of view as an […]
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Film Studies professors pick their top 5 Valentine’s Day movies, Part 2

With all of the talent in our Film Studies Program we couldn’t just have one list. Now, it’s John’s turn!  John Bruns, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Film Studies Program, shares his list of must-see romantic movies! Click here for the list!
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Film Studies professors pick their top 5 Valentine’s Day movies, Part 1

Planning your Valentine’s Day celebration? Perhaps your plans include dinner and a movie? If so, we’ve got you covered…well, the movie part. Colleen Glenn, Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Film Studies Program, shares her list of top romantic movies. Click here to view the list!
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Little Free Library

Professors Susan Farrell and Joseph Kelly flexed their handyperson muscles this spring: they built and installed a Little Free Library for the Dept. of English and for the broader campus community. Little Free Library is a growing grassroots movement in neighborhoods across the country. With its ethic “take a book, return a book,” the intent […]
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