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Garison 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.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013–free screening of Beasts of the Southern Wild at 5:30 PM in Peltier Auditorium.
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 […]
The Department of Languages and Literature is proud to announce the course offerings for the Summer 2013 semester. As you will see, the summer sessions (full term, mini term A and B) have just as many interesting course offerings as the fall and spring semesters; not to mention, many of the classes are offered online! So […]
The Creative Writing Readings (CWR) series is back! The CWR is a series of social events sponsored by the English Society and the Department of Languages and Literature. At these open-mic events, students from across campus are able to present their creative writing (poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction prose) to an eager audience of students and […]
Follow the link for the first edition of Lagniappe. Lagniappe: January 2013
Gris-Gris: An Online Journal of Culture, Literature and the Arts has launched! Housed at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Gris-Gris exists through the joint effort of faculty and staff in the Department of Languages and Literature. The first issue, Fall 2012, is proud to feature both local and internationally acclaimed writers such as N. Scott Momaday, Ann Marie Macari, Karen […]
For students who are non-Native English speakers, the Department of Languages and Literature now offers special ESL sections of English 101 and 102: Composition. These courses are reserved for international and ESL students. If you need more information on these course sections or would like to enroll in the course, please contact the department at […]