Student Reading Groups 

Our department fosters intellectual discovery beyond coursework, conferences, and coffee breaks. Student reading groups—of which faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to join—offer a range of activities from book-club style discussions to gallery walks. Peer review reading events, annual BBQs, and even a homegrown conference that takes place on our very own campus are just some of the perks.
  • Learn about our "Early Atlantic Reading Group"—affectionately known as EARG
  • Connect with LTCs new working group, LITCO.
  • Learn about Comitatus, the medieval studies student organization at Purdue University, or check out their Twitter feed: @ComitatusPurdue
  • ESL GO! is a fabulous meeting point for the SLS community here and all around the globe.

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