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Please join us for the unveiling of the State Historical Marker dedicated to the life and work of Mississippi author Hubert Creekmore (1907 – 1966) on Friday, October 9th at 4p.m. in Water Valley, Mississippi. 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Unveiling of the State Historical Marker at 114 Panola Street, the family home built by […]
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October 7, 2011—Tom Franklin wins CWA Golden Dagger Award (U.K.) from Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter. Congratulations Tom! Click here for more information.
October 6, 2011—UM graduate student Anne Babson reads at Middlebury College from White Trash Pantheon. Click here for more information.
September 26, 2011—To celebrate 100 Thousand Poets for Change, in Oxford, Mississippi, the MFA poets and Professor Ann Fisher-Wirth carried on a little infiltration of poetry into the day of the home game against Georgia. To celebrate 100 Thousand Poets for Change, in Oxford, Mississippi, the MFA poets and Professor Ann Fisher-Wirth carried on a […]
June 1, 2011—Professor Ann Fisher-Wirth has completed a 200-hour Hatha Vinyasa Yoga teacher training course at Southern Star Yoga Studio in Oxford, Mississippi, where she teaches yoga.
April 13, 2011—Professor Mary Hayes publishes monograph on divine ventriloquism in medieval literature and culture. Congratulations Mary! Click here to view.
April 7, 2011—Former UM English chair now leading Maryland College. Click here to view.
April 5, 2011—John Brandon was picked as finalist for The New York Public Library’s 2011 Young Lions Fiction Award. Click here to view.
April 5, 2011—Professor Annette Trefzer was awarded an NEH Grant to participate in the Summer Seminar on “The Ethnohistory of Indians in the American South” at UNC, Chapel Hill.