Submit Your Stories to the 2020 NC State Fiction Contest
Drawing more than 300 entrants last year, the NC State Fiction Contest is one of the largest free-to-enter writing contests in the South.
Building Shakespeare’s Digital Legacy
NC State's Humanities and Social Sciences scholars will help explore the power of digital archives in a groundbreaking partnership with the world's preeminent Shakespeare library.
English Professor Emeritus Receives North Carolina Humanities Council’s Highest Honor
James W. Clark, Jr., a member of NC State’s faculty for 38 years, has won the 2020 John Tyler Caldwell Award for the Humanities.
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.
Wolfpack Writers: Melissa Marr
We caught up with English alumna Melissa Marr to learn more about her children's book "Baby Dragon, Baby Dragon!"
In Memoriam: Tom Hester
English professor Tom Hester is remembered for his teaching, scholarship and passion for life.
Landmark Exhibit Unearths History
In "When MLK and the KKK Met in Raleigh," English professor Jason Miller reveals never-before-published photos from Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic 1966 visit to Raleigh.
‘The Job of a Poet Is to Tell the Truth’: Remembering Gerald Barrax
Former students and colleagues share their impressions of Gerald Barrax, emeritus professor of English, who died Dec. 7.
Wolfpack Writers: Marc Dudley
We caught up with English professor Marc Dudley to learn more about his book "Understanding James Baldwin," part of the Understanding Contemporary American Literature series.
A Largely Untapped Universe: Exploring Race in Nontheatrical Films
English professor Marsha Gordon explains how films never destined for theaters can inform our understanding of race and culture in the U.S.