English Faculty Notes

Apr 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for March 2020

BELLE BOGGS On March 28, Belle Boggs published “Let Her See” on Slate. BELLE BOGGS and CADWELL TURNBULL Belle Boggs and Cadwell Turnbull were longlisted for the VCU Cabell First Novelist award. PAUL BROYLES Paul Broyles’s edition of Chaucer’s “Man […]

Mar 1, 2020

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 […]

Feb 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for January 2020

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson, Chen Chen, and Ian Anson’s research article on “Talking About Writing: A Study of Key Terms Used Instructionally Across the Curriculum” has been published in (Re)Considering What We Know: Learning Thresholds in Writing, Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy (Utah […]

Jan 28, 2020

Miller Shares Unearthed Photos From MLK’s 1966 Reynolds Coliseum Visit

Earlier this month, NC State’s English professor, Dr. Jason Miller, presented “When MLK and the KKK Met in Raleigh” and never-before-developed photographs at Witherspoon Cinema in commemoration of MLK. The event documented the 1,800 person KKK march down Fayetteville Street […]

Jan 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for December 2019

CHRIS ANSON With Gwendolynne Reid, Chris Anson published “Public- and Expert-Facing Communication: A Case Study of Internet-Mediated Citizen Science” in Science Communication on the Internet: Old Genres Meet New Genres, eds. Carmen Pérez-Llantada and María José Luzón (Amsterdam: John Benjamins). Anson’s article with Ian […]

Dec 1, 2019

Faculty Notes for November 2019

CHRIS ANSON On November 7, Chris Anson discussed “The Practice and Ethics of Text Recycling” as part of our departmental Speakers Series. HELEN BURGESS Helen Burgess’s essay “Introduction: Critical Making and Executable Kits,” co-written with Roger Whitson, appears in issue […]

Nov 26, 2019

Dufresne Presented at 2019 National Council of Teachers of English

Our MA literature concentration student, Kelsey Virginia Downs Dufresne, just presented her paper, “21st Century Teaching: Bringing a Publishing Curriculum to Your Classroom” at the 2019 National Council of Teachers of English in Baltimore, Maryland! Her presentation explored how teachers […]

Oct 17, 2019

76th Southeastern Renaissance Conference at Aloft Raleigh (October 18th & 19th)

  This Friday and Saturday the NC State Department of English will host the 76th annual Southeastern Renaissance Conference. This regional conference has long been a collegial and welcoming forum for sharing new work in early modern studies. This year, […]

Oct 17, 2019

Wilhite Selected As A Finalist for University’s 3MT Competition

Congratulations to Angela Wilhite, an MFA in our program, who has been selected as one of the finalists for the university’s 3MT (three-minute thesis) competition!      This competition asks graduate students to deliver a short presentation that sums up their graduate […]

Oct 11, 2019

Jenkins & Vause Presented at The Popular Culture/American Culture Association in the South Conference

Austin Jenkins and Katelyn Vause, our MA literature concentration graduate students, presented their paper last month at The Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association in the South Conference in Wilmington, NC. Vause shared, “The conference was small and had a fairly […]