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Department of English Newsletter: December 2016

Date posted: December 19th, 2016


in this issue
Carlisle Interview/Faculty Notes/Ongoing Projects: Iris Dunkle/Past Faculty: Katherine Harriet Porter/Alumni News/Thank You/

Interview with Anne Carlisle (’73)
A published novelist and journalist, Dr. …Read more.

Department of English: September 2016

Date posted: October 3rd, 2016

in this issue

Letter from the Chair/Faculty Notes/Writers House/Past Faculty: Eleanor Thomas/Summer Project: Wiehl/Alumni News/Rare Book School/Project Narrative

Letter from the Chair
Dear Friends of English,
We have been busy. …Read more.

Department of English: June 2016

Date posted: September 8th, 2016

in this issue

Interview with Shelley Costa/Faculty Notes/Attempt at Mythology/Past Faculty: Karl Thompson/Alumni News/Post-Grad/Renovation


Catherine Forsa, Eric Earnhardt, Kurt Koenigsberger, Cara Byrne,
Kristin E. Kondrlik, Kate Allen, and Thrity Umrigar. …Read more.

Department of English: March 2016

Date posted: April 1st, 2016

in this issue

Interview with Jeff Morgan /Faculty Notes/Past Faculty: Lemuel Potwin/ Alumni News/England’s Impact on a Major/ Schedule of Events
March 2016

Interview with Jeff Morgan (American Comic Poetry)
CWRU: Why does comic poetry make people uncomfortable? …Read more.

Department of English: December 2015

Date posted: December 11th, 2015

in this issue
WRC and Bellflower Hall /Faculty Notes/EGSA Mentoring/ Alumni News/Letter from the Chair/ Beachy-Quick Reading

DECEMBER 2015
The Writing Resource Center and Bellflower Hall
by Kurt Koenigsberger
About the Writing Resource Center

Pardee Hall, in its earlier years. …Read more.

Department of English: September 2015

Date posted: September 29th, 2015

in this issue
Letter from the Chair/”What Are You Reading?” /Faculty Notes/NEH Summer Institute/ Alumni News/ASLE Biennial Conference/Coptic Binding/Faculty Timeline/Grad Picnic

June 2015

Letter from the Chair
In another technocratic era, Charles Dickens intimated that calling a horse by its name was getting extremely hard. …Read more.

Department of English Newsletter: June 2015

Date posted: June 15th, 2015

in this issue

Grad Student Awards Ceremony/Faculty Notes/Ongoing Projects:William Rogers/Alumni News/Graduation 2015

Department of English Newsletter: March 2015

Date posted: March 30th, 2015

in this issue
“What Are You Reading?”/Interview with Gerry Canavan (’02)/Faculty Notes/”Respect the Book”/Alumni News/Schedule of Events

“What Are You Reading?”

Martha Woodmansee: The Great Escape
I’ve decided to tell you about my recreational, my purely escapist reading in 2014. …Read more.

Department of English Newsletter: December 2014

Date posted: December 17th, 2014

in this issue

Interview with Laura Adiletta (’08)/World of Sound/Interview with John Vourlis (’88)/Faculty Notes/art/sci’s Dixon Long article/Play. Speak.–The Monologue/Perks of Being a Generalist/Alumni News/Ongoing Projects: Kristin Kondrlik/EGSA News/Scrapbook

Interview with Laura Adiletta (’08)

1. …Read more.

Department of English Newsletter: September 2014

Date posted: October 21st, 2014


Department of English Newsletter

in this issue
“What Are You Reading?”/Faculty Notes/Steinem on Campus/Alumni News/Ongoing Projects: Kristine Kelly

SEPTEMBER 2014

“What Are You Reading?”
Kristina Collins:
I Kill Giants by Joe Kelly and J.M. …Read more.

Department of English Newsletter: June 2014

Date posted: June 24th, 2014


Department of English Newsletter

in this issue
Pinsky Visit to Guilford/Faculty Notes/Adventures at the Intersection/Alumni News/Evil Conference

June 2014

Notes on Robert Pinsky’s Visit to CWRU
By Thom Dawkins
On April 8th, the English Department at Case Western Reserve University welcomed Robert Pinsky, the former Unites States Poet Laureate and founder of the very popular Favorite Poems Project, which has been “dedicated to celebrating, documenting and encouraging poetry’s role in Americans’ lives.” Joined by CWRU faculty, students, and community members, Pinsky spoke candidly about the legacy of American poetry and about his own career as a poet. …Read more.

Department of English Newsletter: March 2014

Date posted: June 18th, 2014

March 2014


Department of English Newsletter

in this issue
“What Are You Reading?”/Interview with Mary Turzillo (’70)/Faculty at Work/Kate Chopin Story Recovery/Restoring Art Digitally/Alumni News/Digital Grads/Breaking Genre Writers Conference/Gary’s Retirement Party

March 2014

“What Are You Reading?”

On Friday, January 17th, the
spring Colloquium Series kicked off with a roundtable discussion of books read by
department members. …Read more.

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