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Wright presents at Oxford conference based on her book

Laura Wright, head of the English department at WCU, delivered the keynote address at “Towards a Vegan Theory,” an interdisciplinary humanities conference held in late May at the University of Oxford and hosted by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.

WCU faculty help complete Trail of Tears project

Three Western Carolina faculty members have assisted in the creation and completion of a project to showcase interpretive sites related to the history of the Cherokee Trail of Tears in six far western counties of North Carolina.

Kinser speaks at archives symposium at British Library

Brent Kinser, associate professor of English and a founding curator of The Carlyle Letters Online, shared his experiences and challenges with that resource at the “Archival Uncertainties: International conference on literary archives” in April.

Herzog published by TIME, quoted by newspaper

Harold “Hal” Herzog, professor of psychology at Western Carolina University, is the author of an article in a book published recently by TIME Magazine and was quoted in a Cincinnati Enquirer article about a gorilla at the city’s zoo that was shot by zoo officials when a 4-year-old tumbled into his enclosure.

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