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OPEN MIc, Member Book Display, and CV Workshop forms are now live!

We are happy to announce that the registration forms for our open mic event, the member book display, and the CV workshop are now live on our website. You can access those forms by pointing your mouse to the conference tab and then hovering over speakers and events. Alternatively, you can also follow this link

SAMLA News Volume 34 now available

SAMLA is pleased to announce the publication of the latest SAMLA News. Members can download their PDF version by following this link.

Resources Content Update: Professional Development Seminar Videos and CFP - Databases now Available

As part of our efforts to provide professional resources for our members, we are happy to announce that the first of three videos featuring last year's professional development seminars is now live on our website. Members can access this page either by following this link, or by accessing the "Professional Development" link under the "Resources" tab. The "Resources" tab now also includes a link to CFP-databases dedicated to helping our members to find and share CFPs. This page can also be found here.

SAMLA 86: "Sustainability and the Humanities" / Speakers

In connection with the theme of SAMLA 86, "Sustainability and the Humanities," we are excited to announce that our SAMLA 86 "Speakers and Events" page now features information about this year's main speakers, American novelist and essayist Wendell Berry and Dr. Ursula K. Heise from UCLA. The page can either be accessed via the drop-down menu from the "Conference" header or via this link.


SAR Updates

UPCOMING PUBLICATION

SAR 77.1 With the recent publication of v 76.4, South Atlantic Review looks forward to the publication of our next issue: SAR v77.1. This special issue will be guest-edited by SAMLA Past President, Dr. Nancy Hargrove. The theme reflects the SAMLA 84 conference theme: "The Power of Poetry in the Modern World."

 

 
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