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EaglesWrite!
Flying Whispers Forgotten Lives
Special Collections Open House
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Law School in Your Future?

Pre-Law in Arts and Letters

If you're interested in going to law school when you graduate, what should you major in? Check out which Arts and Letters majors can prepare you for law school—and the LSATs!

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Southern Quarterly

Southern Quarterly

Just released, this special issue of the Southern Quarterly, edited by University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Philip Kolin, covers a wide range of topics investigating the connections between healthcare and Southern culture. Prominent historians of Southern medicine, nursing, nutrition, and race explore such topics as Civil War environmental warfare, Southern vs Northern hospitals during the Civil War, the training of physicians in the 19th century South, the stereotypes behind "Negro medicine," unconventional healthcare practices, and the representation of black physicians in early 20th century Southern literature. The issue also offers original poetry about health and medical/nursing practices in the antebellum and early modern South. 

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