By Katie Takacs English alumna Stefanie Williams (B.A 2008) understands that writing can be hard, but she also knows that giving up is never an option, which led her to what she said is her biggest accomplishment – signing with United Talent Agency.
Speaker: Dr. Melissa Coleman, Claremont McKennaTitle: Wired to cooperate: Neural basis of cooperative behavior in a neotropical wrenDate: February 28, 2014Time: 10:15am – 11:30amPlace: 1103 Bioscience Research BuildingHost: Dr. Katrina MacLeod
At MLA 2014 in Chicago, Marilee Lindemann reserved as a respondent for Digital Queers, Queering the Digital: Gaming, Programming, Performance. Martha Nell Smith chaired the session convened by the Division on Gay Studies in Language and Literature.
Danuta Hinc was interviewed about her novel, To Kill the Other, by Eva Kapitan on a literary blog, "Authors of the Roundtable" on February 5th. Here is a link to the interview: https://soundcloud.com/soundslikedan/interview-with-danuta-hinc
Lewis Lawson, professor emeritus, has published A Rogue's Life: R. Clay Crawford, Prison Escapee, Union Army Officer, Pretend Millionaire, Phony Physician and the Most Respected Man in Macon, Georgia (McFarland).
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