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Neely and student present Papers

Neely's paper was well received and it prompted an invitation to present at a conference on the philosopher Emmanuel Levinas in Paris, France this fall.

English faculty Sol Neely attended the 127th annual convention of the Modern Languages Association, where he presented a paper titled “Trickster Reads Midrash: Theories Toward an Ontology of Story” and participated in a panel discussion focused on Pacific Rim concerns. His paper was well received and it prompted an invitation to present at a conference on the philosopher Emmanuel Levinas in Paris, France this fall.

James Kelleher, a student of Sol Neely, had a paper “Pixels and Ethics: Contemporary Gaming as Procedural Allegory” accepted for the Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric. The conference will be held March 9-10 at U.A.A.

 
 

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