Category Archives: Faculty Work
Welcome, everyone, to the English Department’s revitalized blog! Our teaching, our learning, and our living have never been so disrupted, and our hope is that this place can be a small place for sharing and connection, even as we’re all, as Mary Wollstonecraft would say, “immured in our families, groping in the dark.”
Our idea is that our whole community—students, faculty, staff—might help build this “Journal of a Plague Year”. Teaching from my dining room table this semester has shown me how much I took for granted, and how much I now miss, the casual conversations and connections with students and friends that were the texture of a regular day on campus.
Since beginning to teach as a faculty member in LUC’s Department of English, what projects have you begun? What are your current research interests? Do you think living in Chicago will give you access to new research materials? I’m working … Continue reading
On Saturday, October 29th, 2016, the Loyola University Chicago Victorian Society, a graduate student organization, hosted professors and graduate students from a variety of Chicago institutions, while others traveled to Lake Shore Campus from other states and countries. Generously sponsored … Continue reading
Drs. Pamela Caughie and Frank Fennell and members of Glottal Attack from the Department of English welcomed participants to the 24th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. The four-day long conference, co-sponsored by Loyola University Chicago and Northern Illinois University, attracted … Continue reading
On March 29, the Department of English hosted Textual Conditions: Lawrence, Conrad, and Woolf, a day conference held in Cuneo Hall on Loyola’s Lakeshore campus. The conference, which was co-sponsored by the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities and … Continue reading