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Apr 30, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for April 2018

GRADUATE STUDENT NEWS Emily Cataneo’s creative nonfiction essay “The Berliner Who Evaded Arrest” was published in Off Assignment. SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ON LINGUISTICS (SECOL) A number of graduate students and faculty members presented at the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL), held […]

Apr 30, 2018

Faculty Notes for April 2018

LINDSEY ANDREWS Lindsey Andrews’ essay “Words Are Flesh,” about the poet Frank Bidart and expression, was published this month in The Operating System for their National Poetry Month 30/30/30 series.  CHRIS ANSON On April 7, Chris Anson gave the keynote address, “Getting […]

Mar 31, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for March 2018

ASSOCIATION OF ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTS CONFERENCE This year’s AEGS graduate conference included seven panels on the theme E.D.G.E. (Explore, Discover, Grow, Engage) and featured a keynote address by John Morillo on the process of research. Participants included 20 researchers from NC […]

Mar 31, 2018

Faculty Notes for March 2018

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson and Deanna Dannels’ essay “Handing Over the Reins: Ownership, Support, and the Departmentally-Focused Model of Communication Across the Curriculum” appeared in Sustainable WAC: A Whole Systems Approach to Launching and Developing WAC Programs (National Council of Teachers […]

Feb 28, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for February 2018

Emily Cataneo’s story “Seven Steps to Beauty for a Girl Named Avarice” was published February 28 in Nightmare magazine. Darya Levchenko presented “Loving Digital: How Romantic is Sci Film in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” at the interdisciplinary graduate […]

Feb 28, 2018

Faculty Notes for February 2018

LINDSEY ANDREWS On February 11 in Durham, Lindsey Andrews presented from her work on hysteria as part of “Femmes Fatales,” a panel on music, writing, and misogyny, with songwriter Skylar Gudasz and journalist Victoria Bouloubasis. On February 19, she gave […]

Feb 1, 2018

Graduate Student Notes for January 2018

Kendra Andrews’ digital piece “Multimodal Composing, Sketchnotes, and Idea Generation” was published in Kairos 22.2. The multimodal video on multimodal composition was animated by Mark Bentley (also in the CRDM program). 

Feb 1, 2018

Faculty Notes for January 2018

BELLE BOGGS The Spanish translation of Boggs’ book The Art of Waiting is out this month with Seix Barral. BELLE BOGGS & SHERVON CASSIM Belle Boggs and Shervon Cassim along with Marian Fragola (NCSU Libraries) received a $3,000 Diversity Mini-Grant from […]

Dec 31, 2017

Graduate Student Notes for December 2017

NC State’s graduate student chapter of the Rhetoric Society of America has been awarded a 2017–18 Graduate Student Chapter Special Event Award. The chapter, whose current president is Meridith Reed, will bring together rhetoric teachers and scholars from across North […]

Dec 31, 2017

Faculty Notes for December 2017

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson helped to run a qualitative research institute in Frankfurt Oder, Germany, from December 6–8. The institute was part of a grant program funded by the EU.  BRIAN BLACKLEY Brian Blackley was part of a team of […]