Return to the seminar room with Prof. Heather Hadlock for MLA 350: From Literature to Opera. Click here for more information.
Join us for an info session! Information sessions offer an opportunity to visit campus and learn more about the Master of Liberal Arts program. RSVP here.
Prospective applicants will want to consider taking a fall CSP course - it's a great way to get a current letter of recommendation! Course registration opens on Monday, August 19 at 8:30am and most classes begin the week of September 23. Click here for a list of MLA-recommended courses.
The 2019 edition includes a diverse group of works by students and alumni, which includes four essays, two poems, and two stories. It is also the welcome edition for new Tangents editors, Candy Carter, MLA ‘14, Teri Hessel, MLA ‘13, and Jennifer Swanton Brown, MLA ‘12. Click here to view the pdf.
From June 21 to July 6, 20 members of the MLA community met for a 12-night tour of South Africa. Places visited included Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, and the Northern Kruger National Park. The tour looked at South Africa's cultural, economic and physical landscape, and how it has been shaped by its turbulent heritage. For more information about the experience, read Candy Carter's (MLA, 2014) article here.
MLA faculty have shared with us some of what they have been reading in their down time, and we wanted to share it with you. Wherever you’re heading this summer, consider taking these recommendations with you.
The 2019 AGLSP Conference is being held in Washington D.C. from October 10-12. Information on attending can be obtained here.