Dr. Poe’s latest review has just appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of “The Sewanee Review”
May 7, 2013
George Poe has published "A Joyful Meeting of Playful Poets", which is a review of "The Bestiary, or Procession of Orpheus", by Guillaume Apollinaire, with accompanying woodcuts by Raoul Dufy, translated and presented by X. J. Kennedy. "The Sewanee Review" Spring 2013: xxxvii-xl.
Dr. Glacet’s Article included in “Cahiers Claude Simon”
April 23, 2013
An article by Dr. Aymeric Glacet, "Entre Georges et Claude: Place des Géorgiques dans l'oeuvre de Claude Simon" appears in "Cahiers Claude Simon" edited by the Association des Lecteurs de Claude Simon was published by Presses Universitaire de Perpignan in 2013.
Poetry Book edited by Dr. Mills is Published
April 22, 2013
The Selected Poems of Wilmer Mills is a collection of the very best poetry written by an exceptional poetic talent who died much too young. Carefully chosen and edited by his wife Kathryn Mills, Selected Poems is a celebration of Wil s thoughtful, deeply-felt, and powerful poetry.
Aymeric Glacet’s latest book released
April 15, 2013
One hundred years from his birth, the life of Albert Camus is studied by André Benhaïm and Dr. Aymeric Glacet in their most recent book, "Albert Camus au Quotidien", published by Septentrion University Press in France.
Dr. George Poe published in the Sewanee Review
February 6, 2013
Dr. Poe's latest review article has just appeared in the in the "Arts and Letters" section of the current Winter 2013 issue of The Sewanee Review entitled "Americans in Nazi-Occupied France" (vol. 121, no. 1, pp. 167-71). Professor Poe will also have a review appearing in the upcoming Spring 2013 issue of The Sewanee Review.
Opportunities to teach French for 2013-14 School Year
February 4, 2013
Southern Teachers Agency has already received French vacancy listings from schools for the 2013-14 academic year, and we anticipate many more in the coming months! The types of French teaching jobs STA receives range from teaching French to elementary students through AP French Literature and Language courses. Occasionally, the jobs will call for an ability to teach an additional foreign language as well.