The 2014 Women’s and Gender Studies conference committee is now accepting abstracts for the upcoming WGST conference. The theme this year is Gendered Space & Queer Alternatives and we’re eagerly awaiting your proposals! The official Call for Papers is below and the deadline for submissions is November 15th by 5pm. CALL FOR PAPERS: Gendered […]
On Thursday evening, September 19th, Robert Collins, Professor of English, Emeritus, at the University of Alabama, Birmingham and long time editor of the Birmingham Poetry Review, will be reading and giving a book signing from his most recent book of poems, Naming the Dead, in Georgian Room A of the SUB. Dr. Collins will also […]
Truman alumna (class of 1996) and English major Laura McHugh recently signed a contract for her first novel, titled The Weight of Blood. Set in the Missouri Ozarks and inspired by a human trafficking case in Lebanon, Missouri, the novel will be a lead title in 2014 for Random House imprint Spiegel and Grau.
Dr. Alanna Preussner’s Joseph Baldwin Academy (JBA) class on Nature Writing wants people to be observant and ecologically mindful. To spark that process, her class recently chalked campus sidewalks with quotes about Nature. The walking tour they designed includes both thought-provoking statements and original artwork. JBA brings gifted sixth-ninth grade students to Truman for an […]
The Kirksville Writers’ Group is forming and holding its first summer workshop. From June to July we will engage in 6 weeks of in depth reading and peer reviewed writing. All are welcome. An informational meeting will be held on April 16 in Baldwin Hall 303 at 7 pm. Feel free to contact email@example.com with […]
Award-winning author Dr. John Smelcer will visit Truman March 27-28 to visit classes and participate in a series of public events. Smelcer is one of the last speakers on Earth familiar with the Ahtna language, an endangered Alaska Native language. He has authored 45 books in an eclectic range of interests and disciplines. […]
The Department of English and Linguistics is co-sponsoring a talk by Marjorie Kelly at 3:30 February 28, 2013 in Violette Hall 1010. Kelly will discuss her career trajectory from English major to prize-winning Mizzou School of Journalism student to business writer and consultant. Her most recent book is Owning Our Future. There will be Q […]
The Windfall, Truman’s student-run literary magazine, is now accepting submissions for the spring. Windfall prints a yearly publication including art, photography, prose, poetry, and other creative work from students. For more information or to submit, go to http://windfall.truman.edu/submissions/ SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 15th
Husband, wife team Lee Slonimsky and Carol Goodman will be on the Truman campus Monday, March 4th and Tuesday March 5th. On Monday evening at 7 PM in the Alumni Room of the SUB, they will deliver a talk concerning their own interesting histories with the Liberal Arts. (Though Lee Slonimsky’s degrees from CCNY are […]
The New Nonfiction: a series of readings by students in the Advanced Nonfiction Projects class will take place at noon in the library café on Feb 7 March 5 April 4. Brown bags welcome.