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#LURC19 was our Biggest Accomplishment Yet!

The 2019 English & Philosophy Undergraduate Research Conference was a wonderful celebration of scholarly excellence. LURe wishes to thank every person who supported the event and participated in our activities. Our department members, plenary speaker, panelists, chairs, faculty sponsors, organizers, … Continue reading

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[OPEN] LURe Call For Papers 2020

LURe Journal‘s paper submissions are officially open! We accept scholarly, researched undergraduate essays on all topics and historical periods of literature, film, critical theory, or cultural studies. Authors can be from any accredited university or college, and essays must be written … Continue reading

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LURe’s Interview with Dr. Cord J. Whitaker

In preparation for Dr. Cord J. Whitaker’s visit to the University of West Georgia for the English & Philosophy Undergraduate Research Conference, LURe has asked Dr. Whitaker a few questions about his research, scholarly interests, writing process, and his book. … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research Conference & LURe Release 2019 Program

The official program for the University of West Georgia Department of English & Philosophy Undergraduate Research Conference has been released! Below, you’ll find the schedule of events, which includes a welcome session, three panel sessions, a lunch, our special plenary … Continue reading

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Plenary Speaker Announced: Dr. Cord J. Whitaker!

The 2019 University of West Georgia English and Philosophy Department Undergraduate Research Conference is proud to announce this year’s plenary speaker: Dr. Cord J. Whitaker! Dr. Whitaker hails from Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, where he operates as an associate … Continue reading

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UWG ENGL & PHIL Undergraduate Research Conference 2019 – CALL FOR PAPERS

Attention University of West Georgia students! The Department o English and Philosophy Undergraduate Research Conference Call for Papers* is officially open! If you have written an essay for an English or Philosophy class that engages in research, consider submitting your … Continue reading

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LURe at the 2019 Student Organization Fair

On September 5, LURe joined numerous University of West Georgia campus organizations at the annual Student Organization Fair to spread awareness about the journal to UWG students. This event is significant for students looking to get involved on campus, allowing them to … Continue reading

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Come Visit LURe at the Student Organization Fair!

The University of West Georgia Center for Student Involvement is hosting its annual Student Organization Fair on Thursday, September 5, 2019 from 11am – 2pm to showcase the numerous opportunities to get involved on campus! Student Organizations from multiple disciplines … Continue reading

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Dr. Valerie Johnson on Maid Marian

“Perhaps this is the start of a new pattern: the legend we know, and the story we don’t.” Enormous thanks to Dr. Valerie Johnson of the University of Montevallo for giving her talk concerning the ever-evolving role of Maid Marian … Continue reading

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Guest Speaker: Dr. Valerie Johnson

LURe Journal is pleased to announce our spring speaker, Dr. Valerie Johnson, who will be speaking on the feminist and anti-feminist interpretations of Maid Marian in modern interpretations of Robin Hood.  . The presentation will be on Friday, March 29, 2019 from … Continue reading

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