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COVID-19 Response & Resources

Students: There is still Summer 2020 online course availability. Get a head start on your requirements with offerings including creative industries through crisis, film and media, festivals, tourism, the hospitality industry, and disease throughout history, across literature, media, cultural expression, religion, and more. View all Liberal Arts Summer Courses.


31st Annual Fergurson Lecture

Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 19:00

Sadly, the Josephine Gessner Ferguson lecture has been canceled. We will resume the annual lecture in 2021. Thank you to the Fergusons for their continued support of literary studies and public humanities!

Campus Cats Bake Sale

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 11:30

Campus Cats is holding its annual bake sale to raise money for the cats who live on campus.
The bake sale will be on National Feral Cat Day which is Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 11:30-1:30.
It will be in the usual spot under Stern, across from PJ's.
All money raised goes directly to the cats for spay/neuter and veterinary bills.
This is your opportunity to find out about Campus Cats and how you can become
involved.  You can also drop off cat food at the bake sale table or directly to Barb Ryan,

A Symposium on the Literary History of New Orleans

Saturday, January 25, 2020 - 00:00

Around thirty scholars and creative writers who contributed to the new collection of essays, New Orleans: A Literary History, edited by Tulane English Professor T. R. Johnson, will gather for an all-day symposium on January 25th in the Stibbs conference room of the LBC for a sequence of four panel discussions about the intersections between -- and the implications of -- their work. The symposium will begin at 9:15am with a general welcome.  The panels will then follow, thus: I. Creolism and Cosmpolitanism in the 18th and 19th centuries; II.