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Humanities professors Dr. Allan Hunter, Dr. Leslie Muray, and Dr. John Murray.
May 14, 2018

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Academics | Faculty Accomplishments

A number of publications have recently featured work by Curry's Humanities faculty. Inspired World Magazine shared several contributions from Dr. Allan Hunter: new additions to his serialized short story "So," a reflection entitled "Gardens," and a short story called "Blocked." 

Philosophy of Religion featured an essay from Dr. Leslie Muray, titled "What Norms or Values Define Excellent Philosophy of Religion?"   

A book review by Dr. John Murray, of Dr. Jason D. Hall's Nineteenth-Century Verse and Technology: Machines of Meter, appears in the May 2018 edition of The British Society for Literature and Science. An upcoming edition of the Journal of Literature and Science will also feature Dr. Murray's review of an article by Victorian literary scholar Dr. Gowan Dawson, titled "Dickens, Dinosaurs, and Design." Finally, Dr. Murray presented a paper - "Crossing the Ritual Bridges of Courtship in Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice" - at the Forty-Ninth Annual College English Association Conference in Saint Petersburg, Florida. He also served as chair of a conference session, "Nineteenth-Century British Literature: Bridging the Past and Present."