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Jacob Haithcock, a business major, works at Landfall Country club golf course, and this hammock expedition was part of lecturer Michelle Britt’s ENG 110 – Literature in Motion class. On this day, they met under – and in – one of UNCW’s trees. – Photo by Jeff Janowski
Jacob Haithcock, a business major, works at Landfall Country club golf course, and this hammock expedition was part of lecturer Michelle Britt’s ENG 110 – Literature in Motion class. On this day, they met under – and in – one of UNCW’s trees. – Photo by Jeff Janowski

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Michelle Britt's Literature in Motion class. - Photo by Jeff Janowski/UNCW
Students in lecturer Michelle Britt's ENG 110-Literature in Motion class literally hang out in one of the campus' magnificent trees. In this course, Michelle meets with her class in different locations each week to study literature. In this photo, the students are in hammocks near the front of campus. - Photo by Jeff Janowski/UNCW

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This photo was taken on April 18, 2017, on one of those dramatic spring days. Morton Hall is to the right. - Photo by Shirley Mathews
This photo was taken on April 18, 2017, on one of those dramatic spring days. Morton Hall is to the right. - Photo by Shirley Mathews
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Lecturer Becky Warfield teaches her class hands-on about the literature of the environment.
Lecturer Rebecca Warfield and her ENG 101 class explore Whiskey Creek as a part of course. One of the chapters in the textbook is "Playing in Nature." So the class went kayaking to better answer the question the book poses: Why do humans use nature for recreation?
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Students pose with musicians in La Boca , the bohemian section of Buenos Aires. They were in Argentina as a part of the 3-credit, 2-week ENG 294 study abroad program. This literature course has proven so popular that it is now offered in Spanish through the foreign language department, as well. – Photo by Shirley Mathews
Students pose with musicians in La Boca, the bohemian section of Buenos Aires. They were in Argentina as a part of the 3-credit, 2-week ENG 294 study abroad program. This literature course has proven so popular that it is now also offered in Spanish through the foreign language department, as well. – Photo by Shirley Mathews
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Author Alice Walker talks with Dr. Malo-Juvera after her speech. - Photo by Rory Laverty
More than 200 students, teachers, and staff from UNCW, Cape Fear Community College, and local high schools gathered July 2, 2014, at the Convention Center in downtown Wilmington to listen to Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Alice Walker discuss education, literacy, writing, community, and social justice in a visit partly sponsored by the English Department. Victor Malo-Juvera, a scholar of English Education and an assistant professor of English, deftly moderated the interview.
- Photo by Rory Laverty