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Academic News

Kent Lester

English: Literature concentration & teacher certification

Academic News

Eboni Carman

Double Major: English (Creative Writing), Journalism and Broadcasting (Public Relations)

Academic News

Exploring Edgar Allen Poe’s Race-Class Anxiety

Dr. Janie Hinds’ paper looks at the historical record of “white trash” to explore Poe’s race-class anxiety and his character Pym’s slippage between and among categories of race and class.

Alumni Updates,Fine Arts

Alum Receives Prestigious Poetry Award

Bhanu Kapil ’94, a London-born poet and professor, was awarded the 2020 T.S. Eliot Prize for her collection, How to Wash a Heart.

Academic News

Jillian Pawlowski

Double Major: English Literature, Recreation and Leisure; Minor: Psychology; Honors Colleg

Academic News

Alexandra Keery

NA in English (Literature Concentration)

Student News

COVID-19 Stories of Resilience: Curated by ENG 112

Students recount and reflect on interviews with people they know who were profoundly affected by the pandemic.

Academic News

Lydia Rainey

BS/MA English: Creative Writing

Academic News,Alumni Updates

English Alum’s Essay Accepted for Publication

Lilia Hutchison ’21 recently had a version of her Master’s project, “One of Ours: Willa Cather’s “Exposé” of the Press’ Illusion of War,” accepted for publication in the spring 2022 issue of Cather Studies.

Academic News

English Professor’s Edited Volume on War and American Literature Now Available

Dr. Jennifer Haytock edited the volume War and American Literature, a collection of 22 essays about common themes in American war literature, literature of important historical moments, and new directions in the study of American war literature.