Confluence features interdisciplinary writing — critical and personal essays, fiction, poetry, and book reviews — by graduate students, faculty, and alumni of the more than 125 members of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs. The editorial team also interviews some of the authors and shares those conversations here on the blog, so we can learn more about the energy and spirit of their writing, their approach to interdisciplinary inquiry, and their experiences of graduate liberal studies.
Fall 2008 Authors
Nimrod Luz, “Darwin, Sociology, and the Sacred in Modernity” — interviewed in February 2009.
Narcisa Medianu, “Community Gardens and the Environmental Ethics of Urban Landscapes” — interviewed in August 2009.