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  • It's almost time for Fall 2021 Registration! The content on our blog is only a small sampling of our course offerings. Please check WINGS for additional course information, like classroom locations.
  • To help us celebrate Butler’s life and legacy, we asked some of our English majors who have read Butler’s work to share their thoughts about their favorite Butler piece. Read on to find out what senior English majors Kobey Deitchler and Julia White had to say about Butler's work.
  • We would like to congratulate Dr. Timothy Whelan on his digital humanities project, the Dorothy Smith Diary. The link can be found here: https://timwhel53.wixsite.com/dorothysmithdiary
  • We caught up with Dr. Gautam Kundu, a professor in the Literature department at Georgia Southern University, whose teaching and research interests are in Modern American Literature and Postcolonial Theory. Read on to find out which person Dr. Kundu would like to have dinner with and why!
  • On Thursday, March 4, 2021, at 6 PM we will host Dr. Regina N. Bradley (Twitter: @redclayscholar), Assistant Professor of English and African Diaspora Studies at Kennesaw State University, and co-host of the critically acclaimed southern hip hop podcast Bottom of the Map. Dr. Bradley is the author of Chronicling Stankonia: the Rise of the […]
  • We’ll be bringing #FacultyFridays Q & A to you once a month this semester. We think our professors are pretty great, and we want to share them with you all. But, this isn’t your typical interview or Q & A session. We want to shed a little insight into some of their quirks or deepest desires […]
  • We are back with another alumni interview today. Check out this interview with Matthew Wentz, who completed his Master's degree in English in 2017. Find out what Matt is doing these days, his advice for current students, and what's on his bookshelf!
  • Scholarship alert! English majors, you're gonna want to check out the details on the blog for some scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Check it out, and be sure to apply by January 31.
  • By Alex Dugan Alex Dugan is a second-year graduate student at Georgia Southern University studying English. In her free time, she likes to try to figure out the answers to hard questions about the world with her friends and take naps. After completing her Master’s degree, Alex plans to move abroad and continue to explore the world usingContinue […]
  • We’ll be bringing #FacultyFridays Q & A to you once a month this semester. We think our professors are pretty great, and we want to share them with you all. But, this isn’t your typical interview or Q & A session. We want to shed a little insight into some of their quirks or deepest desiresContinue […]

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Last updated: 1/12/2021