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Anne Goldman photo Anne Goldman's review published in LA Review of Books: Professor of Creative Writing, Dr.
Jess Grammar is cool: Dr. Jen Johnson's ENGL 375 student Jess Lechon shows the fun of using grammar in daily life
ives-garden Fall Registration: Fall 2022 schedule now available. Also, check out our fall class flyers for more info.
Conoley Gillian Conoley offers a new poetry reading: Dr. Gillian Conoley participates in an interview "Poetry in the World" and an upcoming poetry reading
Hostutler Emily Hostutler speaks at the Hanna Summit: On April 5th, English lecturer and writing center director Emily Hostutler was invited to pres
Stone Dr. Burruel Stone publishes new article: The article "Centering Place in Ethnographies of “Latinx” Schooling" was published in the International Review
Michelle Jones Spotlight on SSU English Major and Pre-Doctoral Scholar Michelle Jones: Dr. Brantley Bryant conducted an interview with the latest Sally Casanova Scholarship recipient.
Kiesbye Stefan Kiesbye's newest book is published: Associate Professor of Creative Writing and English Department Chair Stefan Kiesbye publishes his latest book But I Don't Kn
MA-English New Master's brochure: See our updated MA in English criteria. Applications start October 1st and must be completed by March 10th!
jubilat Dr. Conoley Publishes Three Poems: Featured in jubilat #39 from her new manuscript.
Hester-Williams 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 
fire-water 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 
green-knight 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.
dartmouth_66 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.
anthony-rizzuto 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). 
koret_mural 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.