English Department Archives

Feb 27, 2024
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ECU Alumnus Tuck Publishes in Rattle

ECU English/Creative Writing alumnus Dean Marshall Tuck has a new poem in Rattle. Tuck was a CW grad student, an advisory editor for Tar River Poetry, and an English instructor...

Feb 27, 2024
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Hallberg Featured in The Aquarian

Christy Hallberg's podcast, Rock is Lit, is one of three music podcasts featured in Sherry Thomas' column in The Aquarian, "Have You Heard That (Music) Podcast?" Thomas writes, "Music books...

Feb 22, 2024
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Hoppenthaler Featured on Words on a Wire

John Hoppenthaler talked about poetry, life, and his new book, Night Wing over Metropolitan Area (University of Chicago Press 2023), with host Daniel Chacon on the Words on a Wire...

Feb 15, 2024
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Squint Authors Chapter

Dr. Kirstin Squint has authored a chapter “The US South and Multiethnic Literature of the United States,” which appears in the book, A Companion to Multiethnic Literature of the United...

Feb 09, 2024
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Caswell and Banks Receive Awards for Excellence in Queer Scholarship

Late last spring, the Utah State UP published Dr. Stephanie West-Puckett, Dr. Nikki Caswell, and Dr. Will Banks’s monograph Failing Sideways: Queer Possibilities for Writing Assessment (2023). This project began...

Feb 06, 2024
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Gueye Profiled in Conversations Feminines

Dr. Marame Gueye is among seventeen Senegalese women profiled in a recent book entitled Conversations Feminines (Feminine Conversations) by Senegalese writer Zoubida Fall. Conversations Feminines is the book version of...

Feb 06, 2024
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Banville’s Dissertation Wins CCCC Award

PhD Alumna Dr. Morgan Banville's dissertation, “Am I Who I Say I Am? The Illusion of Choice: Biometric Identification in Healthcare” has won the Conference on College Composition and Communication’s...

Feb 06, 2024
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Haywood Co-Authors Article in TCSJ journal

Dr. Constance Haywood and a few colleagues published an article, "Graduate Students’ Coalitional Healing in Writing Programs and Colonial Institution," in the spring 2024 special issue of "Social Justice and...

Dec 01, 2023
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Feder Interviews Neurobiologist Sapolsky in Tikkun

Dr. Helena Feder's new interview with neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky was published recently in Tikkun. In the interview, Sapolsky, whose new book Determined was released in October, states, "That is the meaning...

Nov 06, 2023
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Herron’s Class Travels to Agecroft Hall

Dr. Tom Herron's ENGL 4100/6151 course, “Seventeenth-Century Literature”  took a one-day field trip to Agecroft Hall and Gardens in Richmond, VA. Agecroft Hall is a 16th-century (early modern) English manor...