English 390/130: Science Fiction w/ Prof. Toby Wilson-Bates 18 May – 5 June 2015 8:00 AM – 12:10 PM, Monday – Thursday Some classes will blow your mind. This class will disintegrate, warp, clone, probe, teleport, abduct, and alienate your mind. The course will examine the origins and current dominant science fiction trends in both Find out more »
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Professor Cognard-Black’s Books that Cook has been reviewed by the Times Literary Supplement. The anglophiles among us are thrilled! Read More
Introductory meeting will be held Friday, January 30 at 4 pm in the Upper Commons of Montgomery Hall. And on Tuesday, February 3, you can test your literary knowledge at the English Club’s inaugural event, Literary Trivia. Literary Trivia starts at 6 pm in the pub.
Professors Ben Click, Kate Chandler, and Brian O’Sullivan presented a panel, “‘The Wild Strain’: Twain and His Successors Craft a Humorous Tradition of Nature Writing,” at the Joint American Humor Association/Mark Twain Circle of America Quadrennial Conference this past December in New Orleans. The panel emerged from their developing book project, a study of the Find out more »
Professor Karen Anderson presented “Emily Dickinson and the Epistemology of Sound” at the 2015 meeting of the Modern Language Association in Vancouver. The panel, “New Work on Emily Dickinson: Flash Talks” was organized by the Emily Dickinson International Society.
Professor Jeff Hammond’s essay, “Confronting Death: The Early American Elegy,” appears in The Cambridge History of American Poetry (Cambridge University Pess, 2014). His essay from The Cream City Review, “The Hunter-Gatherers of Findlay, Ohio,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.