Laurie McMillin's Co-Edited Volume Published
September 23, 2019
Laurie McMillin's co-edited volume Spaces and Places in Western India: Formations and Delineations was published by Routledge. The volume examines how spaces are intrinsically connected to people's lived experiences. It explores how spaces in Western India have been constructed over time and how these are reflected in both historical and contemporary settings—in the art, architecture, political movements, and in identity formation. McMillin's chapter explores the history of and conflict at a site in Maharashtra, where an ancient Buddhist rock-cut temple and an active Hindu goddess temple sit side by side.
Laurie McMillin Participates in Panel
April 4, 2019
Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Laurie McMillin was part of the panel "Decolonize This: The New Global Travel Writing Canon" at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Portland, Oregon, in March 2019.
Laurie McMillin Edits Nominated Essay
May 11, 2017
Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Laurie Hovell McMillin serves as the editor-in-chief for Away Journal. An essay in the publication, penned by Adriana Páramo, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Laurie McMillin Publishes in Travel Anthology
November 21, 2016
Laurie McMillin, professor and chair of rhetoric and composition, wrote a piece called The Guide that was published in The Lonely Planet Travel Anthology: True Stories from the World's Best Writers, edited by Don George, out this month from Lonely Planet publications, London. The volume also includes tales by T.C. Boyle, Lily King, Pico Iyer, Jan Morris, Francine Prose, and more.
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