2022 - 2023
“Feral Atlas: Toward a Collaborative Environmental Humanities”
Monday, March 27, 2023, 12:00pm-1:30pm in McCosh B14 (Hinds Library)
Register for pre-circulated materials at https://forms.gle/BnyZEi5mFWzm64EA7
The 2023 North-East Milton Seminar with keynote lecture by Stephen M. Fallon, John J. Cavanaugh Professor of the Humanities, Notre Dame University, "Milton and Monism, Yet Once More" will be held Friday, March 24, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. in East Pyne 010.
Site of Memory - A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive
Full information is available here:
Join English department faculty and current concentrators to learn more about how concentrating in English contributes to your future!
Lunch will be provided.
Monday, March 20, 2023
12:00 - 1:15 p.m. in McCosh Hall B14, The Hinds Library
Prizes for First-years, First-years in the School of Engineering,
Sophomores, and All Undergraduates.
Poetry. Short Stories. Essays. Academic Coursework in English.
Prize Entries DUE by 11:59 PM, Monday, March 13, 2023
Assistant Professor of English at Clark University. He specializes in the literature of the 16th and 17th Centuries. He teaches courses on race, disability, and emotions in early modern British literature.
ORGANIZING STORIES is excited to kick off this semester with Dinner & Dialogue.
The Breakup Novel
Dissertation Advisors: Maria DiBattista, Diana Fuss, Joshua Kotin
Meeting ID 935 7973 7427
Korey Garibaldi discusses his recently published book, Impermanent Blackness: The Making and Unmaking of Interracial Literary Culture in Modern America, with Kinohi Nishikawa at Princeton Public Library, Wednesday, February 22, 2023 at 7:00 pm.
Tuesday, February 21, 2023
12-Week Summer Internship in Academic Publishing with Princeton University Press
Monday, February 20, 2023, for Junior English concentrators -- Junior Independent Work draft is due to the Department's DropBox: located here.
Bring a smile to someone's face this Valentine's Day.
Join us to craft handmade, personalized valentines for the special people in your life.
Creation supplies, hot cocoa and cookies will be provided!
Concentrators, to assist with your senior theses or junior papers, graduate students (many of whom you have already met as your preceptors) will be on standby on Friday, February 3rd to help you with your projects.
UNFORTUNATELY, DUE TO A CHANGE IN UNIVERSITY SPONSORSHIP THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. PLEASE LOOK FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY IN SPRING 2024 FOR SUMMER 2024.
Time's Blood: Love, Living Memory, and 19th Century U.S. Fictions
Dissertation Advisors: Diana Fuss, Bill Gleason, Sarah Rivett
Junior Paper: 10 pages or Prospectus DUE
Senior Thesis: 20- pages or 1 Chapter Due