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Graduate Student Spotlight: Instructing a Sophomore Literature Course

The English department offers graduate students the opportunity to teach and design their own courses—an experience

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Interview with Southwestern Review Editor Brandon Buckner

Brandon Buckner, the editor-in-chief of The Southwestern Review, is a second-year graduate student in the English Department at UL. We recently got in touch with Brandon to learn more about The Southwestern Review and the role graduate students play in its publishing.

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Interview with New Faculty: Henk Rossouw

We have been pleased to welcome Dr. Henk Rossouw as Assistant Professor of Poetry to UL’s English Department, specializing in creative writing, modern and contemporary poetry, postcolonial studies, archives, and ecocriticism. Dr. Rossouw’s book-length poem Xamissa, published by Fordham University Press in 2018, won the Poets Out Loud Editor's Prize. Best American Experimental Writing 2018, out from Wesleyan University Press, featured an excerpt.

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Danie Tercero (POLS) and Joshua Franszczak (ENGL), University of Louisiana undergraduate seniors, have been invited to compete in the UC-Hastings College of Law tournament in San Francisco, CA. 

This elite round robin style competition included only 8 two-person teams and the field included 3 of the top 10 moot court programs in the nation. 

These students were selected based on their performance at the American Moot Court Association regional tournament in November and due to UL's recent recognition as a growing, nationally competitive program.

The UL moot court team will be hosting a tournament at the end of March and all oral arguments will be open to the public.

Our English majors do amazing things!