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TellUs, the multilingual and multicultural e-magazine from the Collaborative for Multilingual Writing and Research (CMWR), a program within the University Center for Writing-based Learning, is now LIVE.
Just TWO days until the 2020 Spring English Conference. Don’t miss out on thoughtful discussions on a variety of topics!
To attend a specific panel, please RSVP at email@example.com to access the Zoom link and password.
SESSION 1 (1:00-1:45pm)
- Climate Writing: Maxwell Rowe-Sutton, Karen Rosen, Abby Vakulskas
- Exploring Place: Corinne Witt, Amelia Modes, Dan Carroll, Elizabeth Wayne
SESSION 2 (2:00-2:45pm)
- Writing About Fear and Illness: Angie Raney, Cedar Sutter, Isabel Cartwright, Caley Koch
- Identity and Relationships: Caitlin Costello, Miakoda Frost, Tess Melvin, Juan Manuel Sandoval
SESSION 3 (3:00-3:45pm)
- Beyond the Familiar: Caitlin Howland, Miriam Cortinovis, Averi Paulsen, Lucy Miller
- Redefining Myth and Traditions: Susana Cardenas-Soto, Eric Canan, Mikaela Lawson
SESSION 4 (4:00-4:45pm)
- Political Lineages: Susana Cardenas-Soto, Eva Lopez, Himashi Jayasundera, Ruth Young
- Writing About Gender: Sarah Bramer, Emma Mares, Hana Anwar, Isabel Cartwright
Please find attached the 2020 Call for Papers from the English department for publication in the DePaul LAS journal, Creating Knowledge.
If you would like to have your essay considered for publication, please email a copy of your paper as a Word document to Professor Jennifer Conary at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Monday, April 20th. Details on submission requirements are included in the attachment.
Books from current authors that might bring comfort in this busy time, via NYTimes: Celeste Ng, Ann Patchett, Min Jin Lee and Others on the Books That Bring Them Comfort.