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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

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