English Department Faculty Update: A Year of Teaching and Research

As is the custom, we at Folio are closing out the 2018-2019 academic year with a highlight reel of English faculty’s accomplishments and activities. Because it’s a highlight, some things did get left out–mostly because they got better coverage elsewhere….

27th Annual English Day Celebration- 2019

Did you happen to miss the 27th annual English day celebration? Did you want to attend, but just couldn’t get time in your hectic schedule that we all have as we approach the final week of the semester? Well, don’t…

Guilty Pleasure Reading over Spring Break

Midterms are finally over! Yet, many of us haven’t had time to recuperate from the lack of sleep and stress that has been accumulating since January 8th. We feel as if we are wading through shallow water, just keeping ourselves…

FIND YOUR VOICE: MORGAN GALVEZ

Welcome to Find Your Voice, a series profiling English students and the stories they have to tell.  As we are trying to figure out what career we want to go into as English majors, many of us forget about the professionalization…

Spring 2019 Visiting Scholar

Tsitsi Jaji is the English Department’s Spring 2019 Visiting Scholar. A critic in literature, film, and culture and a creative writer, Jaji’s talk will focus on her new project, Cassava Westerns: Refiguring the American Frontier Myth in Global Black Imaginaries. In…

Sequel: Chris Huber

Welcome to Sequel, a series spotlighting our talented alumni and the strides they’ve made in their field post-graduation. For anyone in the English Department who doesn’t want to go into a predetermined path such as teaching or law, former alumnus…

A Christmas Carol-Why is it important literature?

What is the true meaning of Christmas, or any other holiday around this beautiful time of year? It has been a question since humanity first began writing. I recently asked myself the same question and my favorite story popped into…

Sequel: Whit Slagsvol

Welcome to Sequel, a series spotlighting our talented alumni and the strides they’ve made in their field post-graduation. Does anyone really ever know what they want to do after college? Not really. Life happens mysteriously and by chance, even if…

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