Langston Hughes – Domestic Pariah, International Superstar
English professor Jason Miller gives a look at the life of Langston Hughes, a leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance and an uncompromising voice for social justice.
Dufresne Presented at NeMLA 2020
Second-year MA literature concentration student, Kelsey Virginia Downs Dufresne, presented at the 51st annual NeMLA convention last week in Boston, MA. She shared, “I was in Boston for the NeMLA 2020 Conference presenting on the Sylvia Plath is Perfected: Recent Directions […]
Meet Our Students: Caleb Bartholomew
Get to know Caleb Bartholomew, a senior in Literature, with his reflections on the department and advice for incoming students.
Clem Presented at Western States Communication Association 2020
Logan Clem, a second-year MA rhetoric and composition concentration student, traveled to Denver last month with funding under the English Graduate Travel Award to present his paper at the Western States Communication Association conference. He shared — “Last month, I attended […]
Wolfpack Writers: Melissa Marr
We caught up with English alumna Melissa Marr to learn more about her children's book "Baby Dragon, Baby Dragon!"
Graduate Student Notes for February 2020
Logan Clem (MA Rhetoric and Composition) presented “‘Got to Be NC’: Selling and Consuming Place at the Raleigh Farmer’s Market” at the Western States Communication Association Conference, which was held in Denver, CO, February 22–24.
Faculty Notes for February 2020
CHRIS ANSON On February 7, at the 9th International Conference on Writing Analytics in St. Petersburg, Florida, Chris Anson along with CRDM students Beth Greene and Matt Halm, spoke about a study of students’ reflections on their drafts. With Ian […]