Recent Ph.D. graduate Yoon Nam has just wrapped up a nine-year run of two popular music shows on WRAS, “Blue Note” and “Jet Lag.” Read about her in Creative Loafing: http://clatl.com/cribnotes/archives/2015/04/27/yoon-nam-bids-farewell-with-final-wras-shifts
Volume 46, number 2: Incarnations of Christ in Twentieth-Century Fiction (Andrew Hock Soon Ng, contributing editor). Christianity was (and still is) one of the western world’s most dominant and expansive metanarratives and has seeped into every aspect of human existence. As a discourse operating within and directed by the compass of this metanarrative, literature necessarily… more »
Volume 46, number 1: James Thomson’s The Seasons, Textuality, & Print Culture (Sandro Jung, contributing editor). As early as 1726, a critic in the London Journal commented on the unique and original kind of image that James Thomson had fashioned in the first version of Winter: A Poem, the nucleus of what was to be… more »
April 9-10, 2015 All sessions will be in the Troy Moore Library:
25 Park Place, 23rd floor Department of English, Georgia State University
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