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Flagler students accepted to National Undergraduate Literature Conference

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Flagler College students Emily Hoover and Jon Bosworth have had papers accepted to the National Undergraduate Literature Conference (NULC) to be held April 5-7, 2012, at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.

Hoover, who serves as editor of the Flagler College Gargoyle, the college’s student-run online newspaper, will present papers on "Organic Rebellion: William Wordsworth's Use of Memories in His Preservation of the Natural Environment in Lyrical Ballads" and "Our Own Private Trap: Gender Roles, Symbolic Birds, and Sexual Imagery in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho."

Bosworth's paper is titled "Distinguishing Activism from Journalism in the Career of Stetson Kennedy." It has also been nominated for the Brevard Award from the Florida Historical Society.

Since 1985, the National Undergraduate Literature Conference has given undergraduates an opportunity to present papers both critical and creative, to an audience of peers from campuses across the country and to hear some of the most important writers in contemporary literature.