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Schiera Elected to International Writing Centers Association Executive Board

Tony Schiera, a third-year PhD student in Composition and TESOL and a temporary faculty member in the Department of English, has been elected to the International Writing Centers Association executive board to serve as its graduate school representative.

Posted on 10/3/2016 12:02:40 PM

Schiera Collaborates in Oman

Tony Schiera, a temporary faculty member and third-year PhD student in Composition and TESOL, spent part of his summer in Muscat, Oman, working with the Takatuf Scholars’ Summer Residential Programme.

Posted on 9/30/2016 4:21:29 AM

Craig Panelist at Montana Book Festival

Professor Chauna Craig presented on the panel “Big Skies, Little Stories: Place in Flash Fiction,” at the Montana Book Festival in Missoula, Montana, Sept. 21–25, 2016.

Posted on 9/26/2016 8:51:16 AM

Driscoll and Co-Authors Publish Chapter in Edited Collection on Writing Transfer

Dana Driscoll, associate professor of English, along with four co-authors had an article appear in the recent edited collection Critical Transitions: Writing and the Question of Transfer.

Posted on 9/22/2016 8:32:03 AM

Driscoll and Powell Publish Article on Writing Transfer

Dana Driscoll, associate professor of English, and Roger Powell, doctoral candidate in Composition and TESOL, have published an article titled "States, Traits, and Dispositions: The Impact of Emotion on Writing Development and Writing Transfer Across College Courses and Beyond” in Composition Forum.

Posted on 9/19/2016 11:21:19 AM

Cosentino Speaks to English Film Studies Students

Professor Tim Hibsman’s Introduction to Film course was privileged to have Emily Cosentino lecture on theme, camera angles, and life on multiple television shows and movie sets.

Posted on 9/16/2016 11:32:32 AM

Dagamseh and Downing (English) Publish Article on Moshin Hamid's Moth Smoke

Abdullah Dagamseh and David Downing published a co-authored article, “Neloiberal Economy: Violence of Economic Deregulation in Moshin Hamid's Moth Smoke” in the international journal Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences.

Posted on 9/14/2016 10:50:22 AM

Craig (English Department) Publishes “A Companion Reference to Threats, Real and Imagined”

Professor Chauna Craig has published her short story “Hidden in Plain Sight: A Companion Reference to Threats, Real and Imagined, as Configured in Late Twentieth-Century Christian America” in the summer 2016 issue of Ploughshares.

Posted on 9/6/2016 11:37:32 AM

Black (English Department) Publishes Memoir

Laurel Johnson Black had a memoir published in the the Little Pautuxent Review, titled “A Massachusetts Yankee Buys a Breast (or Beanie Baby Boobies).”

Posted on 9/6/2016 11:32:46 AM

Heflin and Miller Attend Leadership Institute for Faculty Women

Tanya Heflin (Department of English) and Jessica Miller (Counseling Center) were selected to represent IUP at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Leadership Institute for Faculty Women, a week-long leadership institute hosted biannually by the state system Women’s Consortium. 

Posted on 9/1/2016 11:16:16 AM

Hibsman (English Department) Participates in Visiting Scholars Program at Kyungpook National University in Korea

Tim Hibsman taught in the summer teaching experience in Kyungpook National University (Daegu, South Korea) from June 27 through July 25, 2016. He taught a course titled International Sports Marketing and Research.

Posted on 8/17/2016 12:18:28 PM

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

Williamson Delivers Paper at International Conference on Surveillance

English Professor Michael T. Williamson presented a paper at the 18th Annual Conference on The Space Between, Literature and Culture, 1914-1945.

Posted on 6/17/2016 2:07:45 PM

Nienkamp Delivers Paper on the Argumentative Force of “Legitimate”

English professor Jean Nienkamp delivered a paper on the argumentative force of the word “legitimate” at the 17th Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, May 28, 2016.

Posted on 6/1/2016 10:56:52 AM

Galm (English Department) Wins Award for Teaching Excellence

On April 27, 2016, Literature and Criticism PhD candidate Brandon Galm received the Center for Teaching Excellence's Faculty Recognition Award for Teaching Associates.

Posted on 5/2/2016 10:33:58 AM

IUP Literature and Criticism Students Discuss Relationship Between Gender, Genre, Pedagogy, and Video Games

A standing-room only crowd gathered to listen to “The Medium Matters: A Critical Exploration of How Video Games Frame and Reframe Gender, Pedagogy, and Genre,” moderated by English Department faculty member Mike Sell, and held in the new Humanities and Social Sciences Building on April 20, 2016.

Posted on 4/22/2016 10:19:37 AM

Savova Presents on Online Communities of Practice at the International TESOL Convention

Lilia Savova, English, presented on "Creating Online Communities of Practice Across Cultures and Borders" at the International TESOL Convention in Baltimore, Maryland.

Posted on 4/20/2016 5:46:05 PM

Charles Publishes on Knowledge Transfer

Quanisha Charles published a research article titled “Knowledge Transfer: Literature Perspectives on First-Year Writers” in the spring 2016 Working Papers in Composition & TESOL (WPC&T) journal, a publication of the PhD in English Composition and TESOL program at IUP which aims to showcase the highest quality work to be found within our academic community.

Posted on 4/20/2016 10:45:59 AM

English Major Demi Richardson Presents Paper at Undergraduate Literature Conference

On April 2, Demi Richardson (English) presented a paper, “The Modern Feminist: Kesha and Psychoanalytic Theory in Man’s Fate,” at the Annual Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Literature Conference at the University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown.

Posted on 4/13/2016 4:27:21 PM

Poetry Reading: Baumgartner and Branscum

A poetry reading by Brad Baumgartner and John Branscum will take place at 2:00 p.m., on Friday, April 15, in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, room 224.

Posted on 4/12/2016 4:54:14 PM

IUP Students and Alumni Present at, and Tange Wins Teacher of the Year Award at 50th TESOL Convention

The 50th TESOL Convention, one of the most competitive and prestigious professional forums for the teaching of English as an international language, took place in Baltimore, Maryland, with more than 6,500 attendees from more than 75 countries representing all areas of the field of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.

Posted on 4/9/2016 8:40:28 PM

Savova Presents on Flipped Online Writing

Professor Lilia Savova, English Department, and M. Petkova, South-West Community College, presented on “Flipped Online Writing: Crossing the Border from Reactive to Proactive,” at the CUE (Computer Use in Education) Conference in Palm Springs, California, in March 2016.

Posted on 4/9/2016 7:33:59 PM

Powers (English Department) Presents on Fandom at Popular Culture Association Conference

Heather Powers of the English Department presented “What Next? The Sorrow of Leaving Fandom” at the 2016 Popular Culture/American Culture Association National Conference (PCA/ACA) on March 24 in Seattle.

Posted on 4/6/2016 12:09:36 PM

Craig (English Department) Finalist for 2016 Orlando Prize in Creative Nonfiction

Chauna Craig, Department of English, was a finalist for the 2016 Orlando Prize in Creative Nonfiction for her essay, “A Glittering of Hummingbirds, a Charm.”

Posted on 4/5/2016 2:51:56 PM

Roy Publishes in Language of India Journal

Sukanto Roy, (English doctoral student in the Composition and TESOL program) has published an article called “Challenges to Implementing Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) in Bangladesh” a journal called Language in India.

Posted on 4/4/2016 12:09:19 PM

English Department Holds Publication Celebration

On February 25, 2016, the English Department held its annual Publication Celebration to mark a number of faculty successes in publishing books, articles, and monographs. The period covered for this event was August 2014 to August 2015.

Posted on 3/30/2016 1:43:15 PM

Graduate Student Hauer Selected as Punxsutawney Mentor

English graduate student Lara Hauer has been selected by two Punxsutawney endowed scholars as their mentor.

Posted on 3/28/2016 3:04:26 PM

Siegel Finer Publishes Article on Writing About Breast Cancer Gene

“The Rhetoric of Previving: Blogging the Breast Cancer Gene” by Bryna Siegel Finer of the Department of English was published in the March 2016 volume of the peer-reviewed journal, Rhetoric Review.

Posted on 3/28/2016 10:57:59 AM

Two New Poems by Yi Yu Published in Poetry Magazine

Two poems by Yi Yu, PhD Candidate in the Composition and TESOL Graduate Program, will be published in Dusie Magazine.

Posted on 3/28/2016 9:59:06 AM

Driscoll Selected as Keynote Speaker at International Writing Center Conference

Professor Dana Driscoll of the English Department was selected as the Keynote Speaker at the Middle East–North Africa Writing Centers Alliance 2016 Biennial Conference taking place April 21-22, 2016, in Muscat, Oman.

Posted on 3/23/2016 4:33:01 PM

Hibsman Presents on “Mini-Game Madness” at Computer Using Educators Conference

Professor Tim Hibsman of the English Department presented “Mini-Game Madness: What's Hip, Fun, & Educational” at the 2016 CUE Conference (Computer Using Educators Conference) on March 17 in Los Angeles.

Posted on 3/23/2016 4:27:34 PM

Driscoll Presents Webinar for Writing Center Community

Professor Dana Driscoll of the English Department gave a webinar for the writing center community and published an article in the latest Writing Center Journal.

Posted on 3/23/2016 4:22:11 PM

Downing (English Department) Reads Paper on Higher Education and Climate Change

David Downing, director of Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism, was invited to be a featured speaker at the symposium “Capitalism, Climate, and Public Discourse,” February 11–12, 2016, at the University of Nevada in Reno.

Posted on 3/21/2016 3:22:34 PM

Savova Publishes Chapter on Principles of Universal Design in Materials Design

Lilia Savova, English Department, published “Universal Design in Materials Development,” a chapter in Azarnoosh et al's Issues in Materials Development.

Posted on 3/17/2016 2:51:39 PM

English Faculty and Graduate Students Publish on “Rethinking Student Engagement in the Writing Process and Beyond”

English faculty members Bryna Siegel Finer, Lynn Shelly, and Oriana Gatta collaborated with PhD students Rachael Warmington and Maha Alawdat to write and publish “Lo-tech Tools as Episteme: Rethinking Student Engagement in the Writing Process and Beyond” in the Journal of Pedagogic Development.

Posted on 3/15/2016 10:19:46 AM

Savova Invited to Offer Webinar to Canadian ESL Teachers

Lilia Savova, English Department, has been invited to offer a professional development webinar to the Canadian Teachers of English as a Second Language.

Posted on 3/14/2016 9:45:59 PM

Hanauer Awarded John R. Hayes Award for Excellence in Research

David Hanauer, English Department, has been awarded the 2015 John R. Hayes Award for Excellence in Research given annually to an article published in Written Communication for his manuscript titled “Measuring Voice in Poetry Written by Second Language Learners.”

Posted on 3/14/2016 10:16:54 AM

Charles Publishes on Teaching English Using Korean Alphabets

Quanisha Charles, a doctoral candidate in the Composition and TESOL program, published an article titled “Intercultural Communication: Learning English through Korean” in the March 2016 TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section newsletter.

Posted on 3/13/2016 8:35:25 PM

Charles Selected to Participate in AERA Pre-Conference Seminar

Quanisha Charles, a doctoral candidate in the composition in TESOL program, was chosen as a finalist to present her work at the Division K Graduate Student Pre-Conference Seminar in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with the annual American Educational Research Association Conference.

Posted on 3/10/2016 8:45:27 PM

Thompson Publishes Essay on Stamp Act

Todd Nathan Thompson's essay "'Homespun,' 'Indian Corn,' and the 'indigestible...Stamp Act': An Empire of Stereotype in Franklin's Letters to the London Press" was recently published in the book Community without Consent: New Perspectives on the Stamp Act.

Posted on 3/1/2016 2:14:52 PM

Consentino Speaks to English Film Studies Students

Screenwriter Emily Cosentino lectured on theme, screenwriting, camera angles, and life on multiple television shows and movie sets in Tim Hibsman’s Introduction to Film course on Feb. 23, 2016.

Posted on 2/23/2016 11:41:02 AM

English Department Faculty Serve as Interpretive Judges for Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition

On January 15, five English Department faculty members served as interpretation judges for the 2016 Poetry Out Loud recitation competition for the ArtsPath region, held at IUP.

Posted on 2/21/2016 6:45:24 AM

New Poem by Branscum in North American Review

John Branscum has a new poem, "The Cheshire Cat Effect," coming out in the April 2016 issue of the North American Review.

Posted on 2/18/2016 2:19:38 PM

Branscum Publishes New Story in Apex Magazine

John Branscum has a new short story, “The Farmer’s Milk,” forthcoming in the April 2016 issue of Apex Magazine.

Posted on 2/18/2016 2:17:56 PM

Sherwood Presents on Distanced Sounding: Versioning Poems in the Digital Audio Archive

Kenneth Sherwood (English Department) delivered a presentation titled "Distanced Sounding: Versioning Poems in the Digital Audio Archive" at the 2016 annual conference of the Modern Language Association, held this year from January 7 to 10 in Austin, Texas.

Posted on 2/15/2016 1:06:22 PM

Park and Tanghe Publish Article on International Collaborative Project

Gloria Park, English, and Shannon Tanghe published a co-authored piece,“‘Build[ing] something which alone we could not have done’: International collaborative teaching and learning in language teacher education,” in volume 57 of the System.

Posted on 2/15/2016 12:16:51 PM

Downing Presents Paper on State of Higher Education

David Downing, director of Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism, recently read his paper, “The Politics of the Academic Mess,” as an invited presentation at the Humanities Center of the University of Pittsburgh.

Posted on 2/3/2016 4:23:55 PM

Comfort Presents on “Peripheral Aesthetics and World Literature”

Susan Comfort (English Department) presented a paper as part of a roundtable on "Peripheral Aesthetics and World Literature" at the 2016 annual conference of the Modern Language Association, held this year from January 7 to 10 in Austin, Texas. 

Posted on 1/25/2016 11:14:24 AM

Charles Selected as Recipient of 2016 Professional Development Travel Grant for Practicing ESL/EFL Teachers

Quanisha Charles was selected as a recipient of the 2016 Professional Development Travel Grant for Practicing ESL/EFL Teachers. As a winner, she will receive a monetary prize.

Posted on 1/21/2016 7:55:24 PM

Charles Named Recipient of 2016 Scholars for the Dream Travel Award

Quanisha Charles was selected as one of 10 recipients of the 2016 Scholars for the Dream Travel Awards to attend the Conference on College Composition and Communication.

Posted on 12/7/2015 1:30:26 PM

Sitler Publishes “Data of the Heart” Essay

An essay by Helen Sitler (English Department), “Data of the Heart,” will appear in the March 17, 2016, issue of the Writing Campus, a peer-reviewed, online scholarly blog.

Posted on 12/4/2015 1:36:27 PM

Wilson Publishes Book on Modernist Literature and Birth Control

Conceived in Modernism: The Aesthetics and Politics of Birth Control, by Aimee Wilson (English Department), examines the roots of birth control politics in literature from the early 20th century.

Posted on 12/3/2015 3:01:11 PM

Wilson Presents on Literature by Women and Digital Humanities

Aimee Wilson (English Department) presented a paper titled “No Gates, No Locks, No Bolts: Feminist Politics and Information Access in the Digital Realm” on November 19, 2015, at the Modernist Studies Association conference in Boston.

Posted on 12/3/2015 2:11:23 PM

English Education Alumnus Brandt Wins Recognition as Teacher of the Month

Andrew Brandt has been named the November 2015 Teacher of the Month by South Carolina's Charleston County School District.

Posted on 12/3/2015 10:30:57 AM

Wender Presents on “Social Justice and a Disability Lens” at National Conference of Teachers of English

Emily Wender (English) presented her work on teaching young adult literature through a disability lens at the National Conference of Teachers of English in Minneapolis, Minn., on November 21, 2015. Her talk was titled “Marcelo in the Real World: Social Justice and a Disability Lens.”

Posted on 12/1/2015 1:45:54 PM

Branscum’s “Things in the Shape of Trailers” Nominated for Pushcart Prize

John Branscum′s memoir Things in the Shape of Trailers has been nominated from more than 300 creative nonfiction pieces published in the last year in Hippocampus Magazine for a Pushcart Prize.

Posted on 11/30/2015 1:35:17 PM

Thompson to Hold Virtual Book Signing

At noon on Saturday, November 21, Associate Professor of English Todd Thompson will participate in a virtual book signing at the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop in Chicago.

Posted on 11/17/2015 4:54:12 PM

Porter Presents on World English Studies at National Conference for Curriculum and Pedagogy Group

Curt Porter (English Department) presented a paper called "Working/Playing Across the Political Spectrum of World English Studies" on November 6, 2015, at the Curriculum and Pedagogy national conference in Cleveland.

Posted on 11/8/2015 3:35:11 PM

Savova Invited to U.S. Fulbright National Screening Committee

For the fifth consecutive year, Lilia Savova from the English Department has been invited to review the 2016 Fulbright applications for English Language Teaching Research/Assistant grants in Europe.

Posted on 11/6/2015 4:00:30 PM

Williamson to Serve as Editor of Pennsylvania English

Michael T. Williamson was nominated and elected to serve as editor of Pennsylvania English, a peer-reviewed, highly selective journal of creative writing, literary critical writing, and literary historical writing.

Posted on 11/3/2015 8:53:04 AM

Williamson Presents on Balkans’ Resistance to Ottoman Tyranny

Michael T. Williamson (English Department) presented a paper, “Landscapes of Freedom: Nineteenth Century British Women Writers and the Polities of Intervention in the Balkans and the USA,” at the Pennsylvania College English Association on Oct. 2, 2015.

Posted on 11/3/2015 8:48:37 AM

Williamson Presents at North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference

Michael T. Williamson (English Department) presented “‘Treason, Stiff with Doom:’ Aesthetic Inheritance, Cultural Betrayal, and the Right to Self Determination in Felicia Hemans’s and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s War Poetry” at the 23rd North American Society for the Study of Romanticism conference on Romanticism and Rights.

Posted on 11/3/2015 8:46:21 AM

Charles Presents Preliminary Research Study on Black Teachers of English in South Korea

Quanisha Charles, an English instructor and PhD candidate in the Composition and TESOL program, presented her preliminary research study, titled “Lived Experiences of Black Teachers of English Working in South Korea,” at the 15th annual Diversity Challenge: Race, Culture, and Social Justice, hosted by Boston College, in Boston, Mass.

Posted on 10/26/2015 1:10:23 PM

Carpenter to Present on Linguistic Socialization at Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference

Brian Carpenter, assistant professor in English and English education, will present at WSRL about research on how an explicit focus on Linguistic Socialization affects students in a freshman composition course.

Posted on 10/24/2015 8:23:27 AM

Siegel Finer Presents on BRCA Gene at Pittsburgh’s Department of Innovation and Performance Speaker Series

Bryna Siegel Finer, English Department assistant professor and director of Writing Across the Curriculum, presented on the BRCA gene as a representative of the organization FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered) to employees of the City of Pittsburgh as part of the Department of Innovation and Performances’ monthly speaker series.

Posted on 10/21/2015 9:30:30 AM

Cole Selected as Outstanding English Major for IUP

Jesse Cole was selected as the 2015 English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities’ Outstanding English Major for Indiana University of Pennsylvania, on the basis of her GPA, many service activities, and the originality and merit of her work—as reflected through numerous honors and awards.

Posted on 10/15/2015 7:29:46 PM

Driscoll and Powell Publish “Conducting and Composing RAD Research in the Writing Center”

Dana Driscoll and Roger Powell (English Department) published their article, “Conducting and Composing RAD Research in the Writing Center: A Guide for New Authors” in the Peer Review.

Posted on 10/14/2015 11:41:10 AM

Park Publishes Follow-up Article on Meaningful Literacy in Research Writing Course

Gloria Park and Jocelyn Amevuvor’s invited co-authored piece, “‘If you learn about these issues, you′re going to learn...more about yourself and things that you come in contact with every day’: Engaging undergraduate students in meaningful literacy in a research writing course” was published in the July 2015 Journal of Pedagogic Development.

Posted on 10/13/2015 2:00:43 PM

Park and Moe Publish on Gender and Non-Native English Speaking Teachers

Gloria Park, English Department, and MA TESOL student Kristiane Moe’s invited co-authored piece, “Gender and NNESTs,” will be published in Wiley′s upcoming TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching.

Posted on 10/13/2015 1:46:30 PM

Hibsman Presents Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration on Gaming Proposals at 2015 EAPSU Conference

Tim Hibsman (English Department) presented the paper “Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration on Gaming Proposals” at the 2015 English Association of the Pennsylvania State Universities on Oct. 10 at the Slippery Rock University.

Posted on 10/13/2015 11:50:16 AM

Hibsman Presents Secrets of the Frozen Lake at 2015 PCEA Conference

Tim Hibsman (English Department) presented a sports film and literature lecture titled “Secrets of the Frozen Lake” at the 2015 Pennsylvania College English Association in Scranton, Pa. on October 3.

Posted on 10/13/2015 11:43:44 AM

Park to Serve on Fulbright National Screening Committee for Fourth Year

Gloria Park, associate professor of English and director of the TESOL Graduate Certificate of Recognition program, has been appointed for a fourth year to serve on the Fulbright National Screening Committee to screen applications for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistants.

Posted on 10/7/2015 12:54:22 PM

Comfort to Serve on Fulbright U.S. Student Screening Committee

Susan Comfort, a faculty member of the English Department and codirector of IUP Sustainability Studies, has been invited to serve on the Fulbright U.S. Student Screening Committee, which will convene in New York on November 19, 2015.

Posted on 9/23/2015 2:02:00 PM

Black and Villa Lead Teachers in Critical Reflections on Social Class

Laurel Black and Judith Villa of the English Department spoke in May 2015 at Georgetown University at “Fighting Inequality: Class, Race, and Power: Joint Conference of the Labor and Working Class History Association and the Working Class Studies Association.”

Posted on 8/25/2015 12:08:22 PM

Comfort Presents on Postcolonial Representations of Women and Ecological Debt

Susan Comfort of the IUP English Department gave a presentation this summer at the 2015 Bi-Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment, held at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho.

Posted on 8/25/2015 11:48:22 AM

Weinstein Presents Cartooning Workshop at 2015 AEPL Conference

Dan Weinstein, English, facilitated a workshop, “Draw Your Inner World,” at the 2015 Conference of the NCTE Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning held in summer 2015 in Estes Park, Colorado.

Posted on 8/24/2015 1:22:31 PM

New Stories by Branscum in the October 2015 Carbon Culture Review

John Branscum′s stories “Disposa Pet,” “Mattress Tag Addendum,” and “Picker” will appear in the October print and online issues of Carbon Culture Review.

Posted on 8/24/2015 1:01:38 PM

Branscum’s New Poetry Collection “Skinwalkers” coming in October

Assistant Professor of English John Branscum was one of the winners of the 2015 Appalachia/Affrilachia Poetry Contest hosted by Argus House Press. As a result, his collection, Skinwalkers, will be published in October 2015.

Posted on 8/24/2015 12:54:31 PM

Weinstein Presents Freestyle Approach to Writing at 2015 Computers and Writing Conference

Dan Weinstein, English, presented a paper titled “Freestyle Digitality: An Approach to Reading and Writing Through Text Transformation and Improvisation” at the 2015 Computers and Writing conference held at the University of Wisconsin–Stout.

Posted on 8/24/2015 11:48:29 AM

Craig Selected as Fort Lyon Writer-In-Residence

Chauna Craig, English, has been selected as a writer-in-residence for the Fort Lyon Supportive Residential Community in Las Almas, Colorado, during 2016.

Posted on 8/24/2015 11:24:22 AM

Thompson Publishes Book on Lincoln and Satire

Todd Thompson, associate professor of English, recently published a monograph, The National Joker: Abraham Lincoln and the Politics of Satire, which traces the relationship between the popular presss satires on Lincoln and Lincoln’s own satiric self-presentation.

Posted on 8/21/2015 11:03:09 AM

Thompson Gives Keynote Speech at Hilberry Symposium

Todd Thompson, associate professor of English and coordinator of the MA in English: Literature and MA in English: Composition and Literature programs, delivered an invited keynote lecture at Kalamazoo College’s 2015 Hilberry Symposium.

Posted on 5/13/2015 1:41:17 PM

Composition and TESOL Student Newman Gives Presentation to American Association of Applied Linguistics

English Composition and TESOL student Janelle Newman presented “Representations of Families of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Parent Involvement Educational E-Discourse” at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2015 conference in Toronto.

Posted on 5/9/2015 6:31:44 PM

Yang and Graduate Students Present on Multiethnic Women’s Literature at MELUS Conference

Lingyan Yang, associate professor in the English Department and director of Women’s Studies, and Kaitlin Tonti and Meghan Hurley, doctoral students in the graduate English program in Literature and Criticism, presented scholarship on American multiethnic women’s literature in the national MELUS conference (Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U.S.) in Athens, Ga. on April 9–12, 2015.

Posted on 4/28/2015 2:52:13 PM

Composition and TESOL Student Alnasser’s Poster Wins Graduate Student Assembly Peers Choice Award

Composition and TESOL student Ahmed Alnasser’s poster on “EFL Saudi Students’ Preferences for Different Writing Styles” won the Graduate Student Assembly Peers Choice Award at the 2015 IUP Graduate Scholars Forum.

Posted on 4/28/2015 10:26:53 AM

Composition and TESOL Members Present a World Englishes Panel at Conference

Graduate students and faculty members presented a World Englishes and Translingual Practices panel at the 2015 American Educational Research Associate conference in Chicago on April 19.

Posted on 4/23/2015 10:54:37 AM

Shelly and Hynes Present on “Sharing Spaces in Extended Writer-Tutor Relationships”

Professor of English Lynn Shelly and graduate assistant Kathleen Hynes spoke about their research on writer-tutor interactions in the writing center at the Punxsutawney campus, focusing on the variable of the length of relationship between the writer and the tutor at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Writing Center Association conference.

Posted on 4/17/2015 11:37:53 AM

IUP Pair Help Indiana Masters Swim Team Take Second Place at Championship

The Indiana Masters Swim Team, including Gian Pagnucci, chair of IUP English, and Richard Norris, IUP grounds crew, finished in second place at the 2015 Allegheny Mountain YMCA/YWCA Masters Swimming Association Championship.

Posted on 4/14/2015 8:06:26 AM

Holm Presents in Roundtable at ASECS Honoring Professor Michael McKeon

Melanie Holm presented at the 2015 annual meeting of the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies on the mentorship and scholarship of Professor Michael McKeon, who is Board of Governors Professor of English at Rutgers University.

Posted on 4/9/2015 10:55:34 AM

Praphan Wins 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award

The English Department congratulates Kittiphong Praphan, a recent graduate of the Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism program, on winning a 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award for his dissertation, titled “Rice Culture, Buddhism, Wars, and Diaspora: Mutual Legacies in Heterogeneity in Southeast Asian American and Diasporic Literature.”

Posted on 4/8/2015 8:00:13 AM

Park Publishes Article on Raising Awareness of Diversity and Social (In)justice Issues in Undergraduate Research Writing

Gloria Park’s article appears in Journal of Pedagogic Development’s March 2015 issue. 

Posted on 4/7/2015 10:38:41 PM

Crane Bizzaro Presents on “Toward an Indigenous Method of Code Meshing or Code Switching”

Resa Crane Bizzaro, of IUP’s C&T Program in the English Department, spoke at the Conference on College Composition and Communication’s 2015 annual convention on March 19 in Tampa, Fla. Her paper, “When Codes Don’t Mesh: Toward an Indigenous Method of Code Meshing or Code Switching,” was presented during the session “Composing Risk: ‘Alternative’ Discourses in Composition.”

Posted on 4/6/2015 12:08:31 PM

Professor Savova Presents on Accuracy and Fluency in Writing at International TESOL Convention

Lilia Savova’s presentation at the 2015 convention reflects her research on the linguistic analysis of texts, both original and plagiarized, and showcases the pedagogical approach she developed and applied in her teaching.

Posted on 4/2/2015 10:29:39 AM

Thompson and Showalter Publish Scholarly Edition on James Russell Lowell Poem

Todd Thompson (associate professor of English, MA coordinator) and Jessica Showalter (recent graduate of the PhD in the Literature and Criticism program) published an edited, online edition of “Satire in Circulation: James Russell Lowell’s ‘Letter from a Volunteer in Saltillo’” in the journal Scholarly Editing.

Posted on 3/31/2015 12:45:49 PM

Bizzaro Publishes Essay on Three Poets’ Creative Evolution

Professor Patrick Bizzaro’s essay, “Celebrating the Personal and the Subjective: New Books by Al Maginnes, Tim Peeler, and Adrian Rice,” appears in Asheville Poetry Review.

Posted on 3/30/2015 9:29:55 PM

English News Chronicle: When Playing “Batman: Arkham City,” Are You Batman, or Yourself?

In a continuation of the IUP English Department’s Colloquium Series on video games as literature, Josh Begley held a discussion about “Batman: Arkham City” on March 18, 2015.

Posted on 3/30/2015 11:09:29 AM

Hibsman Presents on Collaboration and Teamwork in Gaming at CUE Conference

Tim Hibsman (English Department) presented a paper titled “MineCraft Madness: Collaboration and Team Building Skills” at the Computer Using Educators Conference in California on March 20, 2015.

Posted on 3/27/2015 11:17:43 AM

Bhattacharya Presents on Dis-Citizenship at American Association of Applied Linguistics

Usree Bhattacharya, Department of English, presented on a panel at AAAL) 2015 which theorized citizenship as a process of inclusion and exclusion leading to the creation of illegitimate hierarchies.

Posted on 3/25/2015 4:50:27 PM

Watson Publishes Co-Edited Collection on Global Whiteness

Veronica Watson’s co-edited collection, Unveiling Whiteness in the 21st Century: Global Manifestations, Transdisciplinary Interventions, brings together seasoned and emerging scholars from seven countries and 10 disciplinary areas to intervene in the ideologies of whiteness in our contemporary moment.

Posted on 3/24/2015 11:00:43 AM

Author and Editor Randolph to Present a Series of Short Talks on Writing and Publishing

The Writing Program at IUP is proud to present author and editor Ladette Randolph presenting a series of short talks on writing and publishing on Friday, March 27, in Nicholson Library of Leonard Hall.

Posted on 3/20/2015 4:07:55 PM

Downing Publishes on “Ethical Conundrums” in MLA Online Journal, Profession

David Downing’s essay, “Ethical Conundrums: Institutional Pressure and Graduate Student Needs in the Era of Contingency,” will be published in spring 2015 in the Modern Language Associations online journal, Profession.

Posted on 3/20/2015 2:44:01 PM

Bizzaro Publishes New Poetry

Patrick Bizzaro has published two poems in recent months: “Light, if” in Making Connections and “Dark Horizon” in The Mountain and the Bumble Bee, as part of the exhibition by that name curated by Chris McGinnis, director of the Kipp Gallery on the IUP campus.

Posted on 3/3/2015 11:01:44 PM

Bizzaro Publishes Article on Equitable Writing Pedagogy

Patrick Bizzaro has published an essay, with John Baker, "The Poetic and the Personal : Toward a Pedagogy of Social Equity in English Language Learning," in Teaching English in the Two-Year College.

Posted on 3/3/2015 11:00:03 PM

Sherwood Publishes on Distanced Sounding Research Using Computers

Kenneth Sherwood’s article “Distanced Sounding: ARLO as a Tool for the Analysis and Visualization of Versioning Phenomena Within Poetry Audio” has been published by Jacket 2, a serial sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing.

Posted on 3/2/2015 11:05:20 PM

Branscum Publishes Two New Stories

Two fiction pieces by John Branscum, “Signs” and “Detective Story,” were accepted for publication in the fall 2015 issue of the Pushcart Prize-winning literary journal, the Chiron Review.

Posted on 2/25/2015 7:00:00 PM

Pearlman Visits Campus to Discuss How We Teach Thinking

Steven Pearlman, director of Interdisciplinary Writing and Reasoning at the University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut, will come to the IUP campus and give a talk on how we teach thinking on March 26 in the HUB Monogahela Room.

Posted on 2/25/2015 4:42:50 PM

Downing Publishes Essay in 100th-Anniversary Issue of Radical Teacher

David Downing, director of Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism, had his 2009 essay, “What Does Neoliberalism Have to Do with Research Writing?” re-published in the 100th-anniversary celebration issue of Radical Teacher.

Posted on 2/25/2015 4:37:47 PM

Poetry Reading by John Hoppenthaler, Monday, February 16

John Hoppenthaler, author of numerous poems in magazines and three collections of poetry from Carnegie Mellon Press, will read from his most recent book, “Domestic Garden,” in the Kipp Gallery of Sprowls Hall, followed by a Q&A.

Posted on 2/12/2015 11:56:58 PM

English Composition and TESOL Student Salako Publishes Article on African ESL Students

O. Salako’s article, “Marginalized Labeling: An Evaluation of English Speaking Africans Classified as ESL Students,” appeared in the well-respected International Journal of Language and Linguistics. It discusses the placement of African students whose first language is English in ESL classes in the U.S.

Posted on 2/4/2015 2:50:50 PM

Weinstein and Park Publish Paper on Learning Space Design

Dan Weinstein and Gloria Park’s article “Helping Students Connect: Architecting Learning Spaces for Experiential and Transactional Reflection” has been published in the November 2015 issue of the Journal of Pedagogic Development.

Posted on 1/21/2015 8:52:40 AM

English Professor Savova Reviews Fulbright Applications

Lilia Savova participated in the review of U.S. Fulbright applications for the academic year 2014–15. Her work was part of the English Teaching Assistants international program, which is one of several Fulbright U.S. student programs. 

Posted on 12/12/2014 10:37:27 AM

Craig's Essay, “Arsenic, Cadmium, Copper, and Zinc,” Published and Honored by

Chauna Craig’s essay was a finalist in the fifth annual nonfiction contest sponsored by a Journal of the Built and Natural Environments. The essay focuses around Butte, Montana, and the toxic Berkeley Pit left there after copper mining production ended.

Posted on 11/30/2014 9:02:32 AM

Women’s Diary Archive Project Selected for Rare Book School’s Workshop on Digitizing the Historical Record

Tanya Heflin (Department of English) attended the University of Virginia’s Rare Book School in order to workshop the Women’s Diary Archive Project.

Posted on 11/29/2014 4:24:58 PM

Heflin Organizes Three Panels on Autobiography at Pacific and Ancient Modern Language Association

Tanya Heflin (Department of English) served as presiding officer of Autobiography for the fourth year at the 112th annual PAMLA conference in Riverside, California.

Posted on 11/29/2014 4:23:13 PM

Heflin Presents Graphic Memoir Research at Pacifica and Ancient Modern Language Association

Tanya Heflin (Department of English) presented a paper, “Minds in the Gutter: Psychological Self-Exposure in Graphic Memoir,” at the 112th annual PAMLA conference in Riverside, California.

Posted on 11/29/2014 4:20:54 PM

Heflin Presents Research On Zitkala-Ša At Modernist Studies Association

Tanya Heflin (Department of English) presented a paper, “‘Neither a wild Indian, nor a tame one’: Zitkala-Ša’s Outsider Activism,” at the 16th annual Modernist Studies Association conference.

Posted on 11/29/2014 4:15:47 PM

Park to Edit Special-Topic Issue of TESOL Quarterly

Gloria Park, Department of English, will co-edit a special-topic issue of TESOL Quarterly about language teacher identity in multilingual education.

Posted on 11/20/2014 2:00:11 PM

Weinstein Gives Presentation On Writing As Improvisation

Daniel Weinstein gave a presentation, "Inside the Mind of an Improvisational Writer" at the 2014 World Conference of the Applied Improvisation Network in Austin, Texas.

Posted on 11/13/2014 6:05:06 PM

Shelly Publishes on Writing Centers and Mattering

An article by Lynn Shelly was the lead article in the November/December issue of Writing Lab Newsletter, a publication of the International Writing Centers Association.

Posted on 11/13/2014 11:56:39 AM

Williamson Presents Paper at 16th Annual Modernist Studies Conference

Michael T. Williamson (Department of English) presented "Communism and Irresolvable Mobility in Eric Ambler's Background to Danger and Martha Gelhorn's A Stricken Field."

Posted on 11/13/2014 11:32:33 AM

Williamson Chairs Seminar On Artistic Responses To World War II

Michael Williamson co-chaired a seminar, “Representing the Second World War, Genocide, the Holocaust: Modernist Confluences and Divisions,” at the 16th annual Modernist Studies Association Conference.

Posted on 11/13/2014 11:30:10 AM

Bizzaro Publishes Essay on Poetry of Marc Harshman

Patrick Bizzaro, Department of English, published an essay in the most recent edition of Appalachian Journal on two recent books of poems by West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman.

Posted on 10/31/2014 8:18:08 AM

Bizzaro Speaks at Plenary Session of English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities

Patrick Bizzaro, Department of English, presented his paper, “A Wild and Dynamic Dance: English Studies Twerks into the Deep Universe,” at the EAPSU meeting on October 3, 2014.

Posted on 10/31/2014 8:04:49 AM

Savova Presents on NoodleTools at Three Rivers TESOL Conference

English Department professor Lilia Savova presented at the 2014 Three Rivers TESOL Conference in Pittsburgh on October 25. Her topic was “Transforming Writing Drafts from Products to Processes with NoodleTools.”

Posted on 10/27/2014 10:04:34 AM

Craig Publishes Creative Nonfiction Essay

Chauna Craig’s (English Department) creative nonfiction essay, “Death of a Thousand Cuts,” appears in the current issue of Lime Hawk Review.

Posted on 10/23/2014 9:18:33 AM

Craig Presents on Metaphor as a Catalyst of Attention

Chauna Craig, Department of English, presented "Bees Buzzing Between Window Panes: Developing Student Attention Through Metaphor" at the Sixth Annual Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education.

Posted on 10/13/2014 2:25:53 PM

Curt Porter Coauthors Article on Arts-Based English Language Pedagogy

Curt Porter has coauthored a study on art-based language pedagogy for the September issue of English Teaching: Practice & Critique.

Posted on 10/13/2014 9:23:47 AM

Marsden Delivers Paper, “Teaching Law and Literature in the Undergraduate Classroom”

John Marsden of the English Department read his paper at the Pennsylvania College English Association annual conference on October 3–4, 2014, in State College, Pa.

Posted on 10/6/2014 9:31:14 AM

Schaffrath’s Contemporary Literary Criticism Anthologized

An article by Stephan Schaffrath, temporary faculty member in both the English Department and the Department of Developmental Studies, has been republished in the anthology Contemporary Literary Criticism.

Posted on 10/1/2014 11:31:47 AM

Student Writer and Music Lover Featured in National Magazine

Laura Ragsdale, English-Writing Studies, was featured in the national music magazine CMJ. Ragsdale, former DJ and music director at WIUP, synthesized her work in an independent study in English and practicum in Communications Media this past spring to develop and sustain a regular blog, Unclaimed Baggage, on contemporary music and to write a guide for college radio music directors.

Posted on 9/17/2014 9:20:39 PM

Thompson and PhD Student Present On Creating Digital Edition of Antebellum Periodical Poetry

Todd Thompson, associate professor of English and coordinator of the MA in English: Literature and MA in English: Composition and Literature programs, copresented at the Liberal Arts and Technology Summit at Penn State University on September 13, 2014.

Posted on 9/15/2014 3:28:55 PM

Siegel Finer to Present on “Rhetoric of the Breast Cancer Gene”

Bryna Siegel Finer, Department of English, will present “As a Mutant, I Have a Super Power: The Rhetoric of the Breast Cancer Gene” at the Western States National Rhetoric and Literacy Conference in Reno, Nevada, in November 2014.

Posted on 9/15/2014 8:21:33 AM

Kerr and Norris Will Present Panel Session on School Safety Issues

Jo Anne Kerr and Linda Norris (English Department) will present a panel session at the annual Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators Teacher Education Assembly on October 23, 2014, in Harrisburg, Pa.

Posted on 9/12/2014 11:20:53 AM

Savova Invited to Serve on National Fulbright Screening Committee

English professor Lilia Savova has been invited to serve on the Fulbright National Screening Committee, screening applicants to several European countries. This is the third time Savova has been asked to serve on the national committee.

Posted on 9/3/2014 10:38:22 AM

Composition and TESOL Community Featured in Special Issue of TESOL Journa

The September 2014 special issue of TESOL Journal, co-edited by Gloria Park and Sarah Henderson Lee, includes articles by other members of IUP’s Composition and TESOL program: Curtis Porter, Ann Amicucci, and IUP alumni Jocelyn Amevuvor and Indah Puspawati.

Posted on 8/29/2014 10:20:36 AM

Weinstein and Park Publish on Learning Spaces for Experiential and Transactional Reflection

Professors Daniel Weinstein and Gloria Park’s article, “Helping Students Connect: Architecting Learning Spaces for Experiential and Transactional Reflection,” will be published in the Journal of Pedagogic Development in November 2014.

Posted on 8/25/2014 10:16:35 AM

Park Co-Edits TESOL Journal Issue On World English Perspectives From Teacher-Scholars

The September 2014 special issue of TESOL Journal focuses on providing critical perspectives on World Englishes from teacher-scholars in order to further understand the role of English in various communities and in relation to individual’s identities as owners of English.

Posted on 8/25/2014 9:09:21 AM

Park to Serve on National Screening Committee for English Language Teaching Assistantships in South Korea

Gloria Park, Department of English, has been invited to serve on the National Screening Committee for U.S. graduate students wishing to pursue study, research, or professional training abroad under the Fulbright-Hays Program.

Posted on 8/25/2014 9:07:31 AM

Yang Lectures in China on Asian American Women’s Literature

Lingyan Yang, associate professor of English, faculty member in the Graduate English Program in Literature and Criticism, and director of the Women’s Studies program, gave an invited lecture at the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures at Xiamen University in China on June 25, 2014.

Posted on 8/20/2014 3:51:51 PM

Guest Lecturer to Speak on Linguistic Stereotyping

Donald Rubin, professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, will present “Voices in Your Head: The Power of Prejudice in Speech Evaluation” on Wednesday, September 10, at 10:00 a.m. in Leonard Hall.

Posted on 8/18/2014 8:59:52 AM

Weinstein Presents Workshop on Mindful Reading and Writing at 2014 AEPL Conference

Daniel J. Weinstein  presented a workshop, “Freely, Aptly, Deeply: Sensitizing Student Writers to a Transcendent Vision of Textuality” at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning.

Posted on 8/15/2014 11:23:58 AM

Hibsman Explores Enhancing Virtual Group Engagement and Collaboration

“Lurking, Spying, and Policing: Practical Strategies to Enhancing Engagement and Collaboration in Virtual Group Work,” co-authored by Tim Hibsman, was published in the 2014 AURCO Journal.

Posted on 7/28/2014 1:49:51 PM

Williamson of English Department Publishes on Poetry of Felicia Hemans

Michael T. Williamson’s article, “Felicia Hemans’s Public Poetry, J.J. Winckelmann’s History of the Art of Antiquity, and the Imaginative Plenitude of the Victory Ode,” will be published in volume 21 of the journal Women’s Writing.

Posted on 4/21/2014 12:55:27 PM

Yang Presents Asian Pacific American Cultural Criticism at MELUS Conference

Lingyan Yang, English Department and Women’s Studies program, presented “A Brief Intellectual History of Asian Pacific American Cultural Criticism,” and reported as vice president and program chair at the 2014 Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States national conference.

Posted on 4/9/2014 5:44:04 PM

Black and Mina Receive 2014 Faculty Recognition Awards from Center for Teaching Excellence

The English Department congratulates Laurel Black and Lilian Mina, winners of the 2014 Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Recognition Awards.

Posted on 4/8/2014 10:19:27 AM

Student Navnykos’ Study on Standardized Testing Wins Third Prize at Graduate Scholars Forum

A poster by MA-TESOL Student Kristina Navnykos, “Impact of Standardized Testing on EFL in Russia,” won third prize in the 2014 IUP Graduate Scholars Forum.

Posted on 4/3/2014 12:21:36 PM

Sigma Tau Delta Hosts “Publish Your Creative Writing” Workshop

Students who attended the workshop on March 27, 2014, asked questions about publishing creative and academic work both in print and online.

Posted on 4/2/2014 11:03:20 AM

Weinstein Presents Collaborative Writing Method at 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication

At the March 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication, Daniel Weinstein, Department of English, gave a presentation titled “Getting It Together: L'Atelier d'ecriture as Fountainhead of Academic Prose.”

Posted on 3/31/2014 1:27:01 PM

Savova Presents on Collaborative Online Activities

A presentation by Lilia Savova, Department of English, focused  on collaboration through interactivity, connectivity, and project sharing using online environments such as Moodle, Blackboard Collaborate videoconferencing, wikis, discussion boards, Google Docs, and multimodal joint projects.

Posted on 3/31/2014 11:19:35 AM

Hibsman Discusses Educational Benefits of Minecraft at CUE Conference

Tim Hibsman (Department of English) presented his paper “Minecraft Madness: Educational Benefits?” at the 2014 Computer Using Educators conference in California.

Posted on 3/26/2014 2:44:43 PM

Siegel Finer Points Out Need for Transparency in Writing Program Administration

Bryna Siegel Finer of the Department of English presented her paper, “Opening our File Drawers,” in Indianapolis at the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication, the largest conference in the field of Writing Studies.

Posted on 3/26/2014 8:26:17 AM

English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities 2014 Conference at IUP

On March 13, the IUP English Department hosted the statewide 2014 English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Undergraduate English Studies Conference at the Kovalchick Complex.

Posted on 3/25/2014 1:31:34 PM

Carpenter to Present on “Critical Language Awareness Approaches”

Brian Carpenter, English Department, will be part of a colloquium entitled “Critical Language Awareness Approaches in the Americas: Theoretical Principles, Pedagogical Practices, and Distribution of Intellectual Labor” at the March 2014 American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference.

Posted on 3/21/2014 12:12:58 PM

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