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The Georgia Colloquium in 18th and 19th Century Literature

Lackington's "Temple of the Muses," from Ackermann’s Repository, 1809

The Georgia Colloquium in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature promotes intellectual inquiry across the disciplines and provides a forum for faculty and graduate students within the department, and from regional and national universities, to present recent work. 

Colloquium Faculty

Upcoming Events 

Past Events and Events Archive (2008-2017)

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Directors: Dr. Roxanne Eberle (eberle@uga.edu) and Dr. Casie LeGette (legette@uga.edu)

Founding Director: Dr. Chloe Wigston Smith

Graduate Student Assistant: Renee Buesking (2019-2020)

Former Graduate Assistants: Henna Messina (2017-2018); Holly Fling and Holly Gallagher (2018-2019)

The Colloquium is funded by the Rodney Baine Lecture Fund, the Willson Center for Humanities and Art, and through collaboration with other UGA departments and programs.

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