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View a recording of our recent MLA-hosted webinar: Where Do We Go from Here? King's Unanswered Question.

Dr. Clayborne Carson discusses Martin Luther King, Jr.'s global vision to address racial injustice, poverty, and war. Dr. Carson considers how that vision and King's unanswered question can help us process current events and find ways to take action. View a recording of the webinar here.

Webinar: Where Do We Go from Here? King's Unanswered Question.

Join Dr. Clayborne Carson on Tuesday, July 14 from 6:30 – 7:30 pm as he discusses Martin Luther King, Jr.'s global vision to address racial injustice, poverty, and war. Dr. Carson will consider how that vision and King's unanswered question can help us process current events and find ways to take action. Register here for the webinar.

AGLSP 2020 in San Antonio has gone virtual!

The AGLSP is excited about the possibility of opening up the conference from October 8-10 to many more people who may not have been able to attend in person. The proposal submission deadline has been extended to August 1. For further details, click here.

Information Session: August 13, 2020

Join us for a virtual info session! The next information session webinar is on August 13 at 6pm. Information sessions offer an opportunity to learn more about the Master of Liberal Arts program from faculty and current students. RSVP here.

Stanford MLA graduate student shows education is important at any age.

Ken Neff, 2020 Stanford MLA graduate explains that education is a lifelong process. Read the article in the Stanford Report here.

Calling all MLA Alumni - take a virtual MLA seminar this summer!

Consider The Human Story in the Archives with Prof. Elaine Treharne or Film Analysis with Associate Prof. Pavle Levi. (Doing the final paper is optional!). Click here for more information.

Tangents 2020 is now available to view online.

This year’s issue takes us from Vilnius to Iran, from Jane Austen to jazz. Contents include three poems, three memory pieces, and a variety of scholarly works. Click here to view the pdf.

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