Elizabeth West Named Co-Director of Academics for CSAD

Posted On June 29, 2020
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Elizabeth West, Professor of English and African American Studies, has been named the first Co-Director of Academics for the College of Arts and Science’s Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora. The Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora (CSAD) aspires to increase worldwide understanding of the resilience of people from Africa and… more »

Congratulations to our Spring 2020 English Department BA Graduates!

Posted On May 2, 2020
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We wish we could celebrate our graduating seniors in person this spring.

Creative Writing

Nicholas Abayomi Samuel Benedict Isaiah Bey Jacell Bland Brooke Boddie Olivia Cambern Cameron Carter Maha Celestine Miranda Corless Lauren Daniel Brooke Floyd Taliyah Holloway Taylor Holmes Kaylee-Marie Johnson Andrea Jovic Mayuni Karr Tommy Maples Flannery McAleer Ross McWaters Eh Moo William… more »

English Department Student Awards 2019-2020

Posted On April 29, 2020
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Congratulations to all of our nominees and award winners for the 2019-2020 academic year!

The English Department is unable to hold our spring open house and awards ceremony to honor our students  for their writing and scholarship. (Award winners will receive their certificates at a later date.)

Essay Awards

Each year, English Department faculty serving… more »

“A Blind Medium? Radio Drama and Disability.”

Posted On February 26, 2020
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The Department of English presents a lecture by Emily Bloom of Columbia University: “A Blind Medium? Radio Drama and Disability.”

The first generation of radio scholars labeled radio “the blind medium” and returned obsessively to cataloging the benefits and drawbacks of blindness. This talk will consider the central role of disability metaphors for defining early radio… more »

Study Abroad in England

Posted On January 30, 2020
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We are now recruiting for the Northumbria Exchange Program in Newcastle, England.

If you are an English or History major, you have the opportunity to spend a year studying in the north of England earning GSU credits for your major while paying GSU tuition and fees.  One semester option negotiable.  You continue to… more »

“The Now Dark Sky Setting Us All on Fire”

Posted On October 15, 2019
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Please join us for a reading by award-winning poet Robert Krut—a former GSU lecturer! Tuesday, 22 October 2019, 2 p.m., Troy Moore Library. Robert Krut is the author of three books: The Now Dark Sky Setting Us All on Fire (Codhill/SUNY Press, 2019), winner of the Codhill Poetry Award; This Is the Ocean (Bona Fide Books, 2013), recipient of the Melissa… more »

The English Department welcomes Lecturer Stephanie Hassan Richardson

Posted On August 14, 2019
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The English Department welcomes Lecturer Stephanie Hassan Richardson. Dr. Hassan Richardson explores ways in which communicative strategies across cultures inform composing practices. She also interrogates composition pedagogy as a site for deconstructing potentially unjust and ineffective assessment practices, particularly as they apply to culturally marginalized and/or otherwise disenfranchised communities. Her primary goal as an educator… more »

English Department Lecturer Daniel Holmes won a two-week residency at the Hambidge Center

Posted On August 14, 2019
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English Department Lecturer Daniel Holmes won a two-week residency at the Hambidge Center in August 2019 to continue work on a historical novel set in the borderlands of southern Arizona and New Mexico in the 1880s. The Hambidge Center provides a residency program that empowers talented individuals to explore, develop, and express their creative voices; residencies… more »