English, World Languages to Host Symposium

The Arkansas Tech University Department of English and World Languages will host its third annual symposium highlighting the scholarly work of its graduate students on Saturday, April 14.

The event will begin at 10 a.m. in Witherspoon Hall room 126. Admission is free and open to the public.

Below is a list of the presentations scheduled for Saturday:

  • Morgan Frazier: “Sfyria: The Potential Death of a Whistled Language in the Age of Language Loss”
  • Amanda McAlister, “Running Out of Darkness”
  • Tiffany Bouchard, “Tattoos, Fear, and Zoloft”
  • Rebecca Stobaugh, “Wonder Woman’s Potential as a Model for Female Representation in Future Films”
  • Skylar Cox, “The Love Triangle in ‘The Ballad of the Sad Café’”

Dr. Erin Clair, associate professor of English, will serve as panel chair.

Learn more about the ATU Department of English and World Languages.