April 20, 2014


Nathalie Virgintino at MVSA conference at U. Michigan

DA student Nathalie Virgintino recently presented a paper, "Where the 'Domestic Yet Wild' Things Are" at the Midwestern Victorian Studies Association Conference at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. … [Read More...]

TYCA 2014 – Call for Proposals

Please find the TYCA 2014's Call for Proposals at the following address: http://www.tycanortheast.org/ The conference is being in Baltimore, MD from October 23rd to 25th. … [Read More...]

Change in Spring 2014 Graduation: Two Cermonies

We've just learned that there will be two separate graduation ceremonies on the Queens campus on Sunday May 18. The 10 am ceremony will be for undergraduates only. There will be an additional 4 pm cermony for graduate students. The announcement reads: "Graduates should arrive at their assembly and line up no later than 2:15 pm. Family and guests should arrive to their seats by 2:45 pm." Note that Doctoral Students will still … [Read More...]

Jesse Oak Taylor at Stony Brook on 4/17

Those interested in ecocriticism and Victorian literature and culture might want to head out to Stony Brook this coming Th, April 17, to hear Jesse Oak Taylor from the University of Washington. You won't regret the trip! Here's the link: http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/humanities/documents/posters/hfespring2014.pdf And here's the pdf of the poster to their eco-lit speaker series over the course of this academic year: Humanities … [Read More...]


Cristina Migliaccio at the American Comparative Literature Association

This past March, DA student Cristina Migliaccio delivered a paper, “The Implications of Translingualism in the Writing Center”, as part of a panel on “Writing Spaces in the University” at the ACLA conference at NYU.   … [Read More...]