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Richard Hardin, professor of English, edited and translated “Britannica: Sive de Regibus Veteris Britanniae” (Britannica: Or concerning the Kings of Ancient Britain).

Megan Kaminski, lecturer in English, published the poems “We would have cut it back by now,” “Cicadas in late summer,” “Warm rays skip across the drive” and “Properly formed expansion” in the literary magazine “Spine Road.”

Marta Caminero-Santangelo, chair and professor of English, presented “Representing the (New) Odyssey: Latino/ a Literature of Border Crossing” March 27 at the Mid-American American Studies Association Conference at KU.

Frank Farmer, associate professor of English, presented “Style in the Public Sphere: Students Writing for Wider Audiences” and “‘Rhetoric and Religion: Are They Essentially Wedded?’: Hobos and the Way of Wayne Booth” March 17 and 20 at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Louisville, Ky.

Maryemma Graham, professor of English, conducted a seminar, “Stories, Peoples, and Nations: Hearing and Reading America,” March 26 at the University of Texas-San Antonio.

Diana Carlin, professor of communication studies, gave the keynote speech, "Joint and Dual Degrees: The Wave of the Present," April 9 for the University of Arizona’s faculty workshop. On March 29, Carlin presented a workshop on the bologna process for the University of Indiana-Bloomington’s International Recruitment and Retention Coordinating Committee.

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