Southeastern English instructor, poet reflects on Louisiana culture

Alison Pelegrin shared poems and stories rooted in Louisiana culture March 21 as part of the 12th-annual Women’s History Month lecture series.

The series, sponsored by Southeastern’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, invites faculty and guest lecturers to share their thoughts on personal interests and studies on the theme, “Our History Is Our Strength.”

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“Nothing but words” characterizes early U.S., British relations

With myth-busting style, Dr. Craig Saucier dispelled the notion that the United States and Great Britain have shared a special cooperative relationship for time immemorial in his Fanfare lecture, “Mything in Action: The Fantasy of the Special Relationship.” Saucier, a Southeastern Louisiana University history instructor, noted Wednesday, that it has long been assumed the strong
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