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Nikky Finney featured on Arts & Life of NPR
Creative Writing Professor discusses the impact of her acceptance speech at the National Book Award ceremony on NPR's Arts & Life.
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ENG 331: Survey of British Literature I: Beowulf to Milton with Dr. Giancarlo

A survey of British literature from the Old English period (5th-11th century) to the English Commonwealth and Restoration (17th century). Special emphasis is given to Beowulf; medieval romances, drama, and lyric; Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales; Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene; Renaissance sonnets; Shakespeare's King Lear and Twelfth Night; and John Milton's Paradise Lost. Assignments include reading, on-line lectures/presentations, and some exercises. Grading includes regular quizzes, mid-term, and final. This on-line course fulfills ENG 331 for all the regular English major requirements

Rhetoric in a Multi-Modal World: Craig Crowder

Written texts, YouTube videos, podcasts - these are all means of communicating ideas to others. Craig Crowder is a graduate student in the Department of English and teaches Composition & Communication classes, WRD 110 & 111. In this podcast, Crowder discusses ways to engage students via multimedia projects, and his research, which examines social movement rhetoric in a society that uses multiple modes of communication.

English Graduate Student Organization Conference

On Friday March 30th, the English Graduate Student Organization Conference will be a great opportunity for graduate students to present their papers. It is an all day event hosted at the Commonwealth and Bingham-Davis houses of the Gaines Center. For more information please contact Julie Naviaux.

 

 

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Gaines Center, Commonwealth & Bingham-David House
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