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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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Prof. Joe Kelly’s New Book Hits Close to Home

This summer, Prof. Joe Kelly published America’s Longest Siege: Charleston, Slavery, and the Slow March Toward Civil War. According to Charleston historian Robert Rosen, Dr. Kelly’s book “vividly and accurately portrays Charleston as ‘ground zero’ in America’s long struggle over slavery,” while O. Vernon Burton, author of The Age of Lincoln, describes it as “an […]
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Profs. Kelly & Lewis Acknowledged for Service & Research

It’s no secret to those of us in the English Department that our faculty excel at their work and frequently go above and beyond their basic professorial duties. Recently, Dr. Joseph Kelly and Dr. Simon Lewis were awarded high honors at the Celebration of Faculty ceremony. Prof. Kelly received the Distinguished Service Award, and Prof. […]
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