Anne Goldman's review published in LA Review of Books: Professor of Creative Writing, Dr.
Grammar is cool: Dr. Jen Johnson's ENGL 375 student Jess Lechon shows the fun of using grammar in daily life
Gillian Conoley offers a new poetry reading: Dr. Gillian Conoley participates in an interview "Poetry in the World" and an upcoming poetry reading
Dr. Burruel Stone publishes new article: The article "Centering Place in Ethnographies of “Latinx” Schooling" was published in the International Review
Spotlight on SSU English Major and Pre-Doctoral Scholar Michelle Jones: Dr. Brantley Bryant conducted an interview with the latest Sally Casanova Scholarship recipient.
New Master's brochure: See our updated MA in English criteria. Applications start October 1st and must be completed by March 10th!
Dr. Conoley Publishes Three Poems: Featured in jubilat #39 from her new manuscript.
Dr. Hester-Williams publishes new poem: Professor of Literature and AMCS Chair, Kim Hester-Williams, publishes her newest poem "Losing Count: A Re-Collection, by Numbers" in
Stefan Kiesbye writes about climate change in his new story "Smokeland": Professor of Creative Writing Stefan Kiesbye writes about climate change in his new story "Smokeland" published in the anthology Fire & Water: Stories from the Anthropocene
Dr. Bryant and the Green Knight: English Professor, and specialist in Medieval British literature, Brantley Bryant, recently gave a lecture on "Sir Gawain and The Green Knight" about the poem that inspired the recent film.
Dr. McIntyre Co-creates Historical Digital Archive: Writing Program Director and Assistant Professor of English, Dr. Megan McIntyre co-developed a digital archive of the 1966 Dartmouth Seminar, vital to the discipline of Rhetoric and Composition.
Dr. Rizzuto publishes his latest book: English Lecturer Dr. Anthony Rizzuto publishes his latest book Raymond Chandler, Romantic Ideology, and the Cultural Politics of Chivalry (Palgrave Macmillan 2021).
Professor Hostutler leads Koret Scholar Research and Mural Project: English Lecturer Emily Hostutler and her spring composition class completed two activities centered around community engagement work in the first-year writing classroom.
Congratulations to Dr. Theresa Burruel Stone: She is the recipient of the International Association of Qualitative Inquiry's 2021 Qualitative Dissertation Award. See her A&H Spotlight article.