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Congratulations to English major Brandon Naquin and English Education major Chelsie Bergeron who recently were inducted into the Nicholls Student Hall of Fame in a ceremony attended by Nicholls State University President Dr. Bruce Murphy.

Languages & Literature Faculty Participate in Faculty Brown Bag Sessions as part of Research Week. Dr. Bryant Smith presented on “Motivation for Learning Foreign Languages,” Dr. Keri Turner presented on “Faculty & Student Perceptions of Academic Integrity,” & Dr. Scott Banville presented on “Bram Stoker’s ‘New Men’” on Monday, March 10, 2014.    

Panel A–Monday, February 17 12:00-1:30 PM, Student Union Captain’s Room Reassessing Artistic Value & Notions of Progress in Art –Danielle Evans–Hoeniger’s Theory of Art Restoration –Tessie Rodrigue–Mondrian’s Victory: The Evolution of Piet Mondrian’s Painting in New York City –Taylor LeBlanc–Austrian Artists & their Models as Muses Moderator: Dr. Deborah Cibelli — Panel B–Tuesday, February 18, 2:00-3:15 […]

The Department partnered with The Haven, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, to purchase clothes, toys, and necessities for two families this holiday season. The Haven is located in Houma, LA. Department members purchased items from each family’s “wish list” and are planning on holding another drive for school supplies towards the end of […]

Garrison Kellior read Dr. David Middleton’s, Professor Emeritus, poem “Summer Ending” on NPR’s  The Writer’s Almanac last Sunday, November 17, 2013. The Writer’s Almanac airs on most National Public Radio stations.

Dr. Scott Banville will speak about Dracula and Bram Stoker to the SOLA (Southern Louisiana) chapter of RWA (Romance Writers of America) on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at the Jefferson Parish Library at 2727 Napoleon Avenue in Metairie, LA at 10:00 AM.

The Department of Languages and Literature is pleased to announce that the Experience Costa Rica! study abroad program is now open for enrollment. There are two tracks that students can take in Costa Rica: 1. Humanities 405 (HUMA 405) and Spanish 101 or 102 (6 hours) If you choose the Spanish track, you will take […]

Second Annual Undergraduate Humanities Symposium Results Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Second Annual Undergraduate Humanities Symposium. Prizes for best papers have been awarded to the following students: First Place–$100 Brandon Naquin, “An Assessment of Wildness in “Walking” and The Blithedale Romance” Second Place–$55 Danielle Evans, “The Art of the Story: An […]

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