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Console-ing Passions 2017
Call for Papers! Undergrads Encouraged to Apply for Console-ing Passions @ ECU 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS — DEADLINE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016, 11:59 PM (US EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME) CONSOLE-ING PASSIONS International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism July 27-29 2017 East Carolina University Greenville, NC   This is an exciting opportunity for ECU undergrads to get the experience of an academic conference without having to travel! CP@ECU is hoping to have

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National Park Services features Tedesco for NPS 100th birthday celebration
Associate Professor Laureen Tedesco presented her archival research on Margaret Sidney (pseud. for Harriett M. Lothrop) as part of National Park Service Centennial celebrations at Minute Man National Historical Park on Aug. 25, the 100th birthday of the NPS.   Her invited lecture “‘Refined, gentle & grammatical language’: Editors’ Advice to Margaret Sidney, 1877-1882” traced the Concord author’s uneven path

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Congratulations to Donna Kain!
Congratulations to Donna Kain, who received a BB&T Active Learning and Leadership Development Grant for her Fall 2016 section of ENGL 3870, Introduction to Editing and Publishing! In Donna’s class, students edit and publish The Lookout: A Journal of Undergraduate Research at ECU. This year’s group is working on the journal’s third annual issue. Students in our Introduction to Editing and Publishing

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Meet the staff of NCLR
North Carolina Literary Review had a full staff meeting yesterday. Meet the folks who make NCLR great! Pictured from left and moving clockwise are: Seth Gulledge, Intern; Ellen Franks, Intern; Ina Cariño, Intern; Sarah Quinn, Intern; Jackie Nelson, Intern; Dominique Reyes-Hildel, Intern; Cameron Green, Editorial Assistant; Jasmine Cruz, Intern; Teresa Bryson, Editorial Assistant; and Dr. Margaret Bauer.

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Albright publishes twice in one week
Congratulations to Alex Albright, who had two publications printed last week. His most recent publications are “Mose McQuitty’s Band and Minstrel Days, 1899-1937,” about early African-American circus musicians (Bandwagon: The Journal of the Circus Historical Society, 60.3 [2016]: 6-47) and “Prague Bluegrass Spring” (Bluegrass Unlimited, Oct. 2016: 42-45).

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