Volume XXV, No. 1
AGLSP Repository Project
Confluence is a national, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal published by the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs (AGLSP) that reflects the best scholarly and creative work produced within and beyond AGLSP member institutions. Publishing scholarly essays and creative work such as short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art, Confluence stands as a demonstration of and an inspiration to the kind of interdisciplinary engagement that is constitutive of a liberal education, while emphasizing the fundamental relations that transcend the boundaries of discipline and form that must be engaged and explored.
New Confluence Writing Award winners announced!
Excellence in Interdisciplinary Writing
Alexandra Schuh, University of Pennsylvania
Excellence in Creative Writing
Heather Cunningham, Northwestern University
Both winners will be honored at the upcoming AGLSP National Conference in Washington, DC, and both winning manuscripts will be published in the Fall issue of the Journal!
Crossing Cultural Hierarchies and Audience Appeal in Patricia Highsmith’s The Price of Salt
Dewey for Artists
by Mary Jane Jacob
HUMAN VALUES—INSIGHTS, IMPLICATIONS, APPLICATIONS
Grassroots Resistance: Marjorie Harris Carr, Ecology, and the Battle to Stop the Cross Florida Barge Canal
Poem No. __
Queen of Hearts
Balance your professional and academic ambitions in Penn’s Master of Philosophy in Liberal Arts
University of Oklahoma’s Master of Arts in Museum Studies Prepares Today’s Museum Professionals to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges
University of Memphis Announces Its New Doctor of Liberal Studies Degree!
Looking for the next step in your liberal studies education? Rice University is proud to offer its unique Diploma in Liberal Studies (DLS) program!
Get an “MA in Curiosity” with SDSU’s MALAS (Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences), Southern California’s most innovative interdisciplinary Masters degree!
The 2019 Confluence Writing Award Winners have been announced! https://t.co/KZUdpfJMq3