College Celebrates Its Outstanding Faculty
NC State’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences honored our top scholars, advisers and teachers earlier this fall during a reception for new and returning faculty and staff. Here are some of the faculty who were recognized, and the awards they received.
Graduate Student Notes July/August 2018
Threa Almontaser will read at LitSPARK’s So & So Series Reading on September 14 at LUMP. Ina Cariño’s essay “Spam Stigma: An Open Letter to White People” was published by VIDA: Women in Literary Arts. Cariño will read at So & So […]
Faculty Notes for July/August 2018
BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs’s novel The Gulf will be published by Graywolf Press in April 2019. In July, she interviewed Onnesha Roychoudhuri at Flyleaf Books about Onnesha’s new book, The Marginalized Majority. The event was broadcast on CSPAN Book-TV. PAUL BROYLES Paul […]
6 Expressions Say it All: Language Variation in the Tar Heel State
NC State linguist Walt Wolfram discusses six expressions that highlight North Carolina’s unique language tradition.
Six Must-See 21st Century Documentaries About Life in North Carolina
Film studies professor Marsha Gordon lists six memorable documentaries, released within the past 20 years, that capture the spirit of North Carolina.
Graduate Student Notes for May/June 2018
Ina Cariño’s creative nonfiction piece “Spam Stigma: An Open Letter to White People” was published on May 7 by VIDA Review. Cariño’s poem “Feast” was the winner of the Sundress Publications 2017 Poetry Broadside Contest. The broadsides are available for […]
Faculty Notes for May/June 2018
RONISHA BROWDY Ronisha Browdy’s article “More than just a plot of land: Intersecting Identities and Rhetorical Impact of Michelle Obama’s Kitchen Garden” was published in the Winter 2017/18 Issue of Women and Language. STAN DICKS Stan Dicks has published an […]
Graduate School Spotlight: Tim Becker
NC State's Graduate School recently featured English student Tim Becker as its "Wolf of the Week."
Remember the Humanity of Immigrants, This Poet Urges
NC State poet and English professor Eduardo Corral is the son of migrants who crossed into Nogales, Arizona, in the 1970s. Corral says his “gaze, heart and soul” are always attuned to border issues. The PBS News Hour spoke with Corral, who hopes his work "makes the internal lives of immigrants visible, something [that's] forgotten or intentionally omitted in the national conversation."
Wolf of the Week: Stories from the Field
Each week, the Graduate School will feature a graduate student or postdoc who exemplifies exceptional leadership and communication skills both inside and outside of the classroom. The Wolf of the Week student will share research, personal NC State anecdotes and some tips for success. Tim Becker is a Masters student in the English department, and his research focuses on epistemology in the teaching of writing.