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IUP Students Learn about English and Theater in Oxford Summer Study Abroad Program

Thirteen IUP students majoring in English education, early childhood and special education, theater, communications media, and marketing are participating in the 2016 Oxford Summer Study Abroad Program that runs from July 16 until August 6, 2016. The students will engage in intensive studies in English and theater as they tour historic, cultural, and literary sites in England.

Posted on 7/28/2016 1:05:36 PM

Craig (English Department) Publishes Flash Fiction

Chauna Craig has published two flash fiction stories. “And the Roots Smoldered for Days” and “The Language We Have Left” appear in the Summer 2016 issue of the literary magazine the Burnside Review.

Posted on 7/9/2016 2:23:33 PM

Weinstein (English Department) Presents Workshop on Deep Reading at 2016 AEPL Conference

On June 23, Daniel Weinstein gave a workshop presentation, titled “2 Ways In: Slower, Deeper Reading through the (Playful) Stylistic and Logical Analysis of Texts,” at the 2016 Conference of the NCTE Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (AEPL).

Posted on 7/5/2016 10:47:20 AM

Chauna Craig Publishes Short Story

Chauna Craig's short story, "Controlled Burn," appears in the current issue of Sou'wester, a literary journal published by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Posted on 6/28/2016 9:15:51 AM

Driscoll, Powell, and Hixson-Bowles Present at International Conference

Two doctoral candidates and one professor in the Composition and TESOL doctoral program in the Department of English, presented at the International Writing Across the Curriculum conference (IWAC).

Posted on 6/28/2016 9:11:05 AM

Lykissas and Vertosick Publish in Essay Collection on TV series Supernatural

Fourth-year PhD candidate and part-time faculty member in English Literature and Criticism Alexandra Lykissas, and third-year PhD candidate and teaching associate in English Literature and Criticism Samantha J. Vertosick each had chapters published in the edited collection "The Gothic Tradition in Supernatural: Essays on the Television Series."

Posted on 6/27/2016 10:08:02 AM

Faziani Delivers Paper at International Conference on Surveillance

Peter Faziani, a professor for the PhD Program in Literature and Criticism, delivered a paper, “Everything But the Kitchen Sync: Mass Observation in George Orwell's Coming Up For Air,” at the 18th Annual Space-Between Society Conference.

Posted on 6/17/2016 2:14:05 PM