Since 2007, the Department of English has sponsored the “Shakespeare in Italy” study abroad program. Dr Paul J. Voss designs and directs the three-week course (offered to graduate and undergraduate students). The incredible program fuses the history of Rome with the plays and sonnets of Shakespeare. This year we had nine graduate students and eight… more »
In April 2022, the English Department celebrated the careers of four recently retired colleagues: business manager Marta Hess and professors Dr. Pearl McHaney, Dr. Reiner Smolinski, and Dr. Malinda Snow. Taking place in the beautiful event space and outdoor terrace of the Creative Media Institute next door to 25 Park Place, the party brought together… more »
Drs. Renee Schatteman and Beth Gylys are co-teaching a virtual study abroad this Maymester that you might consider taking. You may be thinking that such a course is a contradiction in terms: how can you do study abroad if you don’t actually go abroad? The Study Abroad office created the virtual Study Abroad concept in… more »
The Department of English is pleased to announce this exciting opportunity to study the world’s most successful writer in the Eternal City (la cittá eterna).
“Shakespeare in Italy”
Study Abroad in Rome.
May 5-May 25, 2022
For Graduate and Undergraduate Students.
Professor Paul J. Voss, Instructor.
This three-week course will read and explore a sample… more »
Ashley Holmes will participate in the first ever Humanities Research Center Maymester Virtual Writers’ Retreat. The HRC fellows will spend the four weeks of Maymester working on their research and writing, while meeting on a regular basis to report on their progress and to cheer each other on. Holmes also learned that the Provost’s Faculty… more »