As New York Times Sunday puzzlers recently discovered, Professor Esther Schor's new book on Esperanto, Bridge of Words, was featured in the Acrostic on February 19th (constructed by Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon).
Courses taught by Prof. Rob Nixon are discussed in hompage feature story.
Congratulations to Professor Simon Gikandi, who has been elected Second Vice President of the Modern Language Association (MLA)
Susan Wolfson's publication, Reading John Keats, published by Cambridge University Press, has received the "Outstanding Academic Title" award from Choice.
Congratulations to English department major, Joani Etskovitz '17, on winning the Marshall Fellowship.
Congratulations to Professor Esther Schor on the publication of her new book: "Bridge of Words: Esperanto and the Dream of a Universal Language"
Congratulations to juniors Luke Gamble, Kevin Romero and Lydia Weintraub for being nominated by their peers to the English Department undergraduate advisory committee.
Congratulations! Gunnar Rice '17 elected to Phi Beta Kappa
At the end of September, I arrived in the city of Jishou in Hunan Province, China to begin teaching for the first time ever. I have about 135 students who are depending on me to improve their oral English skills, so I've had to make the daunting transition from student to teacher pretty quickly.
Congratulations to Professor Susan Wolfson on receiving the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching award for excellence in undergraduate teaching.