The Open Door Readings present work from Chicago's new and emerging poets and highlights the area's outstanding writing programs on a monthly basis. Click the link for more details on the event, coming this September.
A grant from the Illinois Humanities Council will support the International Conference on Virginia Woolf, to be held at the Mundelein Center, Loyola University Chicago, June 5-8, 2014.
Please join us at the 6th Annual English Graduate Student Association Symposium on Wednesday, April 9th. Click the link for more details.
Acclaimed Chicago writer and essayist Aleksandar Hemon will read from his work on Thursday, April 10th. Click for more details!
Loyola welcomes you to the day conference on Textual Conditions: Lawrence, Conrad and Woolf on March 29th. Click the link for more details.
Jasper Cragwall's new book, Lake Methodism: Polite Literature and Popular Religion in England, 1780–1830, reveals the traffic between Romanticism’s rhetorics of privilege and the most socially toxic religious forms of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce the creation of Woolf Online, a digital archive of Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse.
Come visit us in our new space! You'll find the Center for Core Literature and Writing on the second and third floors of Loyola Hall. Click the link for a map.
During the January 2014 MLA meeting in Chicago, Steve Jones was presented with the Keats-Shelley Association's Distinguished Scholar Award.
Dr. Frank Fennell, long-time faculty member in the Department of English and Dean of CAS from 2008-2012, was the recipient of the Newbridge Silver Literary Award this past summer for lifetime contributions to scholarship on the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.
The 24th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, co-sponsored by Loyola University Chicago and Northern Illinois University, will take place in Chicago, 5 – 8 June 2014.
In The Emergence of the Digital Humanities, Steve Jones, Professor of English and Co-Director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, examines the shift in our relationship to digital technology and the ways that it has affected humanities scholarship and the academy more broadly.
Professor Michael Bérubé was the keynote speaker at our day-conference on "Possibilities and Provocations: Best Practices for Teaching Literature."
A workshop on metadata issues was held at Loyola on August 17, 2013 with sixteen scholars and technicians from as far as Belgium, Nova Scotia, and Australia.
Congratulations to Dr. Jeff Glover on being named a Master Teacher by the Sujack Awards Committee