Category Archives: Announcements
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.
Faculty and students in LUC’s Department of English are cordially invited to the Martin J. Svaglic Fall Lecture, “Textual Studies & the Nonhuman Turn, A Symposium.” This event is sponsored by Marta L. Werner, the Martin J. Svaglic Chair of … Continue reading
Interested in conducting research while studying for your BA, MA, or PhD degree at LUC’s Department of English? It’s fortunate that you live in the Chicagoland area! For literary, historical, and academic works, consult the catalogue or chat with the … Continue reading
Dear Department of English faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, Recently, while serving as Assistant Director of the LUC Writing Center for the Summer and Fall semesters, I have developed several new or improved pages of the Student Resources section. These … Continue reading
9th Annual English Graduate Student Association Symposium 3PM Wednesday, April 12th Regis Multipurpose Room Please come out and support the research of English graduate students. All faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to partake in the fun, join the discussion, … Continue reading
McElroy Alum is the keynote speaker at the 2015 College of Arts and Sciences (Arts) Commencement on Friday, May 8.
Ian Brennan, producer, director, writer, actor, graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Chicago in 2001with a BA in Theatre and Spanish. During his time at Loyola, Ian participated as an actor in the McElroy Shakespeare Celebration in 1998 and 1999. … Continue reading