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May 4, 2023
UNCG Auditorium, 408 Tate Street.
October 19, 2022
October 6, 2022
October 18, 2021
Come meet your professors! Drop by for snacks, giveaways, and conversations!
February 26, 2021
A Thesis Reading of Fiction & Poetry by Sophie Nunberg & Michael Springer
Friday, February 26 at 7 p.m.
Link to livestream: shorturl.at/hsJQR
For more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/130748468830758
February 19, 2021
Escape to Nowhere
A Thesis reading of Fiction & Poetry by Joe Dunne, Megan Gower, and Chris Swensen
Friday, February 19 at 7 p.m.
Link to livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR0yZpTPBDVJFSNNsnVNx5AEau9Lcy5K9M-CRDcPWI1T4FLNaXANFK8_5Vs&v=wYmdNooEEL8&feature=youtu.be
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/805439707054211
February 12, 2021
February 12, 2021
Douglass Day is a nationwide event presented by the Colored Conventions Project where students, faculty, and community members from across the country will collaborate to transcribe previously unpublished writings from Black historical figures with the goal of creating archives that will help make these important documents more accessible to researchers, teachers, students, and communities.
This year, Douglass Day participants will be transcribing the papers of the feminist and antiracist activist Mary Church Terrell, whose incredibly career spans nearly a century. Please encourage your students to come by and please come by yourselves–you don’t have to stay the whole time and you’re welcome to come and go as you can!
You can register for the event at http://go.uncg.edu/douglassday.
For questions, please contact RJ Boutelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
February 5, 2021
For more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/899536730785305
September 17, 2020
November 14, 2019
The mission of the Southeastern Medieval Association (SEMA) is to promote the study and enjoyment of the Middle Ages by students at every level of expertise. Professional and independent scholars from various branches of medieval studies–history, arts, science, philosophy, archaeology, paleography, theology, language, and literatures–make the Association’s annual meeting a forum for scholarly and pedagogical growth within those disciplines as well as a platform for interdisciplinary exchange and collaboration. Members publish their research in the Association’s refereed journal, Medieval Perspectives. The SEMA Executive Council is comprised of representatives from various fields of medieval studies and from the ranks of graduate students members.
September 18, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Are you an English major or minor—or thinking about becoming one?
Please join us at the English Department Open House on Wednesday, September 18th from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm in the Humanities Faculty and Staff lounge (MHRA 3501). Meet other students who share your interests and members of the faculty who will be on hand to discuss our various programs.
Enjoy refreshments, and take home departmental swag!
September 6, 2019
1:00 pm - 3:00pm
The English Department will hold its annual Graduate Student Welcome Reception on Friday September 6th in MHRA 3501, the Humanities Faculty and Staff Lounge.