Lakeland students present at Women's Studies Conference
Academics - posted on 3/27/2007
Lakeland College students and graduates presented papers in March at the annual Marquette University Women's Studies Conference.
Gina Covelli, Tabitha Kniest, and Jodie Liedke presented papers on Virginia Woolf's novel "Mrs. Dalloway" and were the only undergraduate participants on a program that included faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars from around the country.
They had developed their research in Lakeland's Twentieth Century British Literature course taught by Meg Albrinck, associate professor of literature and writing. Albrinck, an expert on the work and life of Woolf, moderated the panel.
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