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Dear AGLSP Members:

The new, February online edition of Confluence is here!  Our first edition reflects materials submitted and accepted for publication from some two or so years past.  We trust you will enjoy both the new format and its contents.  The October edition to follow will be a compilation of newly submitted work, and we need your assistance – see below!

You will find the content sections of Confluence password protected. Only current members can access the content sections of Confluence.  Please contact the national office to inquire about membership.

We are anxious to receive submissions from students, alumni, and faculty of our AGLSP institutions.  Guidelines are posted under the “More” tab on the Confluence webpage: We welcome research essays, short fiction, nonfiction, photography, poetry and art.  You can be most helpful to us with your personal submissions, certainly, and helpful as well by announcing these submission opportunities to your students.  We’re counting on each of you for our future success. We look forward to receiving your submissions as well as your feedback on Confluence!



APRIL 15, 2015 

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2015 Confluence Editorial Board

Gary D. Swaim, Ph.D., Confluence, Editor-in-Chief (Southern Methodist University)

Martha Banz, Ph.D. V.P, AGLSP (University of Oklahoma)

Joseph Chaney, Ph.D. English (Indiana University – South Bend)

John W. Freeman, Ph.D. Physics (Rice University)

Judith McKay, J.D., Ph.D. Conflict Resolution (Nova Southeastern University)

Amy Mossman, Ph.D. Rhetoric, Sustainability, Humanities (Western Illinois University)

Charles Sullivan, Ph.D. History (University of Dallas)

For any questions about Confluence or submitting your work, please contact