News & Events
“A Long Time to Be Gone” was published by Carnegie Mellon University Press.
This February, DOECL Professor Philip Gura published a new book titled Liberty or Justice for All?: A Conversation across the American Centuries through the University of Georgia Press.
Congratulations to DOECL Professor Søren George Palmer for receiving the 2023 Chapman Family Teaching Award!
Check out what the DOECL faculty recommend for reading, listening, and watching this Black History Month!
Meet Professor Destiny Hemphill, the 2022-23 Kenan Visiting Writer in the Creative Writing Program.
Meet ECL and history double major Tyson Weeks!
Check out a few of the DOECL’s exciting graduate-run organizations!
Congratulations to the Gram-O-Rama team for another year of hard work and for an incredible show!
Please join us in welcoming one of the newest additions to the ECL faculty: Professor Steven Gotzler.
This August, DOECL Professor Courtney Rivard released her book Layered Lives: Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life History Project.
- December 9 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Mettlesome Theater
- February 27, 2024 @ 7:30 pm Hill Hall, Moeser Auditorium