Faculty Notes for October 2017
BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs was interviewed about her book The Art of Waiting on UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch. She participated in a panel about nonfiction writing with Annette Gordon-Reed and Patrick O’Donnell at the James River Writers’ Conference, October 14–15. On November 9, […]
Explore Queen Victoria’s Lost Garden Pavilion Through 3D Virtual Model
An interdisciplinary team of NC State researchers has virtually reconstructed a lost piece of history.
Movies On The Radio: Witches, Wizards, And Warlocks
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the lasting legacy of witches, wizards and warlocks in the movies.
Meet Our 2017-18 Dean’s Scholars
Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to introduce the latest recipients of the Dean's Scholar Award.
Blade Runner’s Chillingly Prescient Vision of the Future
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon writes about the film "Blade Runner" and its chillingly prescient vision of the future in this Arts and Culture column in "The Conversation."
Graduate Student Notes for September
CHASS Capstone Award Nominees The following 2017 master’s degree graduates have been nominated for the CHASS Outstanding Capstone Award: MA English Alison Martin (Barbara Bennett and Emily Winderman COM)—“Rhetoric of Identification and Division in America: How Donald Trump Won the 2016 […]
Faculty Notes for September
CHRIS ANSON On September 1, Chris Anson gave a paper at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction in Tampere, Finland. His essay “Writing to Read, Revisited” has appeared in What Is College Reading? (University Press of Colorado). […]
Elisabeth Hegmann (MFA ’09)
MFA alumna Elisabeth Hegmann reflects on how her time at NC State ignited her passion for teaching and helping students.
Movies On The Radio: Movies Set In School Offer Rebellion And Redemption
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the best school movies on this month's 'Movies on the Radio' with WUNC-FM host Frank Stasio.
Submit Your Stories to the NC State Fiction Contest
Drawing more than 300 entrants last year, this free literary contest is open to North Carolina residents and is one of the largest free-to-enter writing contests in the South.