Last week-end English majors Kate Needham and Lydia Zoells were featured speakers at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Professor Joe Loewenstein has been awarded the 2015 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. Each year, Emerson presents these awards to educators throughout the St. Louis region are who demonstrate...
Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar Anglophone Caribbean Literature, edited by J. Dillon Brown and Leah Reade Rosenberg, has been...
Matthew Shipe was elected President of the Philip Roth Society and was selected to be on the editorial...
MFA student Nathaniel Rosenthalis's first chapbook has been published this summer by Deadly Chaps Press.
Beth Windle has been awarded a graduate student fellowship at the Center for the Humanities. She will be in residence in Fall 2015.
Eileen G'Sell published her poem "The World" in the Boston Review's May / June edition, which can be found at...
Former PhD student Jessica McCort has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship at Point Park University
Jessica McCort (Ph.D 2009) has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship in the English Department at Point Park University in Pittsburgh.
Professor Mary Jo Bang and PhD Student Yuki Tanaka's translations of poems by Issui Yoshida and Shuzo Takiguchi published in The New Republic and The Boston Review
A translation by Yuki Tanaka and Mary Jo Bang of a poem by Issui Yoshida is in last week's issue of The New...
Former PhD student Matt Augustine publishes collection of essays on the Restoration libertine and poet John Wilmot, Lord Rochester with Cambridge University Press
Former graduate student, Matt Augustine, has published with Cambridge University Press a newly commissioned collection of essays on the Restoration libertine and poet John Wilmot, Lord Rochester.