The 3rd Annual English Graduate Student Association was held on April 13, 2012 at DePaul University’s new Arts and Letters Hall on the Lincoln Park campus. Forty-three graduate and undergraduate students presented original works of literary criticism, creative fiction, non-fiction and poetry. From these impressive offerings, six critical papers, four fiction pieces, and selections from two poets were chosen for publication in the proceedings. The proceedings will be posted on The Underground and Ex Libris to begin, and eventually on the English Department’s website.
View the Conference Program: 2012 EGSA Conference Program (pdf)
View the Conference Proceedings: 2012 EGSA Conference Proceedings (pdf)
Congratulations to all of our presenters at the 3rd Annual EGSA Literary Conference and to the following undergraduates whose work has been chosen for publication:
Anna Dron “Hawthorne and Human Nature”
Christina E. John “The Corrupted New World: A Comparison of Washington Irving’s Traits of An Indian Character and John Winthrop’s A Model of Christian Charity”
Victor Alao “The Devil Does Not Make Them Like That”
Quintin Collins “The Second Coming of Christ”, “For Peccola Breedlove”