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Graduate Students, Faculty Present at International Literary Conference

 The three Belmont speakers stand in the Senate House of the University, in front of a portrait of the University's previous Chancellor, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

(L to R: Santoru, Murray and Fuqua stand in the Senate House of the University in front of a portrait of the University’s previous Chancellor, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.)

Two Belmont Graduate M.A. in English students and one faculty member presented at an international conference at the University of London, Literary London, 2017. Lauren Santoru presented “The Subaltern Comes to the Capital: Nathanial Hawthorne’s Critique of London in Our Old Home,” Patten Fuqua presented “‘There are two Londons’: Abjection in Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere” and Dr. Douglas Murray, professor of English, spoke on the English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams in “‘And draw her home with music’: Vaughan Williams’ Vision of a Democratic London.”

The three Belmont speakers stand in the Senate House of the University, in front of a portrait of the University’s previous Chancellor, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.