Dr. Seretha Williams co-edited Afterimages of Slavery: Essays on Appearances in Recent American Films, Literature, Television and Other Media, with Marlene Allen.
The book is now available from McFarland in softcover (ISBN 978-0-7864-6464-7) and as an eBook (978-0-7864-9016-5).
Dr. Duncan Robertson, Professor Emeritus of French, presented his newly published book, Lectio Divina: The Medieval Experience of Reading, a publication of Liturgical Press, at this year's Alpha Mu Gamma Induction, Friday, 20 April 2012, in the JSAC Coffee House.
Supplemental Instruction Program (SIP)
SIP primarily targets students who who would benefit from extra assitance in ENGL 1101/13 and 1102/14. Howver, instructors from all courses may submit referrals for students. The Supplemental Instruction Program's group workshops are led by experienced instructors in the Department of English and Foreign Languages. Some workshops also involve tutors from the Writing Center. Check with your instructor and visit the SIP website for more information.
English majors who are considering high school or college teaching, law, medicine, the ministry, or writing in a particular field should plan for graduate school with their advisors. Recent past graduates with a BA in English have attended graduate school at University of Georgia, New York University, Clemson University, University of Florida, SUNY Binghamton, and University of Essex in the UK.
Early each fall semester English faculty hold a workshop for juniors and seniors interested in graduate school to discuss major courses necessary for the Graduate Records Exams, strategies for preparing for the exam and for applying to graduate school. Contact Dr. Wes Kisting or Dr. Christina Heckman for more information.
The Department of English and Foreign Languages offers graduate courses in English as subject courses in support of the Master of Education with a Concentration in English and the Master of Arts in Education. For further information in this department, contact Dr. Christina Heckman. Click here for further information about the College of Education.