Friday, May 01, 2009

UM Graduate Students Get Caught Reading

Our latest edition of Get Caught Reading marks the first time we've captured Montevallo graduate students in the act. Pictured above is Dr. Lee Rozelle's Graduate Seminar on Literature and Film. The class has been studying the films of Stanley Kubrick and David Cronenberg. You can also see some of the books the class has been reading this semester, including works by Stephen King, William S. Burroughs, J. G. Ballard, and Anthony Burgess.

These students represent both the Master's program in English and the Master's program offered by the College of Education. Pictured from left to right (back row) are: Scott McClellan, Lee Rozelle, Emily McCaffety, Jacqueline Cooper, Judy Le, Susan Smith, and Shannon MacMichael. Front row: Richard Scott, Amanda Dinsmore, Leigh Anne Henry, and Quinn White.

Many thanks to Dr. Rozelle and his class for participating in Get Caught Reading. Also, thanks to the library's Joel Bullock for his excellent photography and graphic work.

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