#MGA ENGL 3010 students Ben Circle, Jahi Mendes and Mollie Brack at their recent Undergraduate Research Forum panel “Promethean and Faustian Intimations and Augmentations in English Literature”.
The English Studies Association and Canterbury Club will be presenting a concert reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest on Thursday, 14 November, 7 pm, in Russell Hall Auditorium on Cochran campus.
The English department’s senior capstone presentations took place April 24, May 1, and May 2 on the Cochran and Macon campuses.
Each year, #MGA’s English Studies Organization hosts an “Awareness through Literature” program.
A former dual-enrollment student, Morgan Baggett took a break from college after a temporary move away but has now resumed her pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree at the Dublin Campus of Middle Georgia State University.
Here is senior MGA English major Sarah Ashley Winans (far right) after giving her paper at her SAMLA panel in Birmingham last Friday morning: “Intertextuality and Crime Fiction from Poe to Conan Doyle and Beyond.
Professors from Middle Georgia State University and Mercer University collaborated for a recent academic presentation at SAMLA 90 this past weekend.
On Monday, October 29 at 2:00 p.m., the Roberts Memorial Library on the Cochran Campus will host an interactive book talk with faculty authors and editors Dr. Lisa Wenger Bro, Dr. Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, and Mary Ann “Mert” Gareis. They will be discussing their new book, “Monsters of Film, Fiction, and Fable: The Cultural Links Between the Human and Inhuman.” The event is open to the public and all are welcome.
When six (6) literary greats get together to discuss the writer’s block that plagues them all, someone invariably dies. “Death by Writers Block” will be performed by English Studies Organization (ESO) members in the COAS Theater on the Macon campus, Tuesday, Oct 23rd from 6-8 p.m. Dinner will be served during intermission, and though the event is free, donations to ESO are encouraged. Join William Shakespeare, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe, Agatha Christie, J.K. Rowling, and Jane Austen in their investigation of the murder of one of their own–by one of their own.
A newly published book by three members of Middle Georgia State University’s English department is pretty monstrous.