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Marymount Literature & Languages Welcomes DC-Area Authors

This term, Arlington Poet Laureate Dr. Holly Karapetkova and the Program in Literature & Languages brought two speakers to campus to share their writing and their insights on writing with students. Teri Cross Davis, our Spring Visiting Poet, connected with … Continue reading

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Outdoor Movie Screenings for EN350: The American Dream

This past Fall, Dr. Zaleski, a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Marymount, supplemented her upper-level LT2 course on The American Dream with a collection of outdoor film screenings to both develop community and share course content in the pandemic, which as … Continue reading

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Student-Led Humanities Discussion Group Creates Community Amidst Uncertainty

By: Macy Pope How could I accomplish this goal of creating community around the humanities when we were supposed to be distancing ourselves from one another? At the beginning of 2020, I was incredibly optimistic about the projects I had … Continue reading

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Newly Designed Class- Global Literary Voices II!!

The Literature and Languages department is eagerly waiting for Dr. Sara Hallisey’s course, EN204- Global Literary Voices II, to start in Spring 2021!    This specific course is a one-time design as an introduction to postcolonial literature and film. Students … Continue reading

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Fall Visiting Poet: Tony Medina

In October, Marymount Literature & Languages welcomed Tony Medina–poet and Howard University professor–to campus as our Fall Visiting Poet. We were very excited to welcome him to a virtual event open to everyone. Medina talked about poetry as a means … Continue reading

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