University of Tampa Institutional Repository

The University of Tampa Institutional Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the UT community. Our repository is an important tool for preserving UT's legacy, while promoting the University’s scholarship around the world.

For more information about our policies, please see this guide.

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Materials are available for scholarly and research use only. Permission for use must be given by the owner.

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  • Ali, Kazim (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-06-14)
    This reading is a part of the MFA Lectores Public Reading Series with an introduction by MFA Director Dr. Erica Dawson. Poet, editor and prose writer Kazim Ali was born in the United Kingdom to Muslim parents of Indian, ...
  • Gray, Juliana; Kiesby, Stefan (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-06-19)
    This reading is a part of the MFA Lectores Public Reading Series with an introduction by MFA Director Dr. Erica Dawson and Associate Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies Dr. Donald Morrill. Juliana Gray’s most recent ...
  • Huber, Sonya (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-06-15)
    This reading is a part of the MFA Lectores Public Reading Series with an introduction by MFA Director Dr. Erica Dawson and Dr. David Gudelunas, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters. Sonya Huber’s new essay collection ...
  • Smith, Tracy K. (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-06-17)
    This reading is a part of the MFA Lectores Public Reading Series with an introduction by MFA Director Dr. Erica Dawson. In 2017, Tracy K. Smith was appointed the 22nd United States Poet Laureate. She is the author of the ...
  • Unknown author (1990)
    Students enjoy the Periodicals Reading Area at the library. A small portion of the original chandelier is visible in the upper left corner of the image.

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