MLA members win prestigious NEH awards.
We talk to Suzy Cater, a doctoral candidate in French literature at New York University who is on the academic job market this year, about why she chose to create a professional Web site on MLA Commons.
A private (but open) Commons reading group whose members discuss pedagogy, performance, and philosophy in early modern France. Interested in taking part? Read on…
Abby Goode, the MLA member we featured in the inaugural issue of the Commons Newswire, has been selected as a Women’s Studies fellow by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Congratulations! For more about Abby’s work, see our interview with her, or visit her site, Sustainability and Population in American Literary History, on the Commons.
We talk to Koritha Mitchell, about how the Committee on the Literatures of People of Color has been using the Commons to share information and disseminate resources, from advice about mentoring to reflections on the impassioned #Ferguson2MLA action at the 2015 convention.