MA Graduate Cecilia Tomasatti: 2018 CHASS Capstone Award Winner
The English Department is proud to announce the winner of this year’s CHASS Capstone Award is one of our own – Cecilia Tomasatti! WinnerStudent: Cecilia Tomasatti (MA English 2018 graduate, Linguistics Concentration)Project: Same Route, New Immigrants: Identity Practices and Forms […]
You’re Invited! Colloquium: Alumni Career Paths in Writing & Editing Panel
Everyone at NC State is welcome to come join us and our alumni in this colloquium panel! This will be the last colloquium for fall semester. Come attend and be open to discover something new!
MA Alumni Discuss their Careers in Higher Education
As a part of our Fall 2018 English Graduate Colloquium series, two of our MA alumni students returned to NC State as guest panelists. Melody Owens (MA ’17, Rhetoric and Composition) teaches as an English instructor at Wake Technical Community […]
Jose Alvarez-Retamales Presented at the Hispanics Linguistics Symposium
Jose Alvarez-Retamales, a first-year MA linguistics concentration student, presented “Esta pobre oveja asi tumbadica: Usos de los adjetivos en niños hispanohablantes” (translation: “The use of adjectives in hispanic children”) at the Hispanics Linguistics Symposium this past October.
Amanda Ogea Presented at SCLA Conference
Amanda Ogea, a second-year MA literature concentration student, presented “Uncanny Monsters: Beach House and the Lynchian University” at the Society for Comparative Literature and the ARTS (SCLA) this past October.
Graduate Student Notes for September 2018
Tennessee Hill won a 2018 Best New Poets Prize. Amanda Ogea will present “Uncanny Monsters: Beach House and the Lynchian University” at the Society for Comparative Literature and the ARTS (SCLA), October 18–20. Jose Alvarez-Retamales will present “Esta pobre oveja asi tumbadica:” Usos […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
You Can’t Play With Us: The Discursive Exclusion of Colin Kaepernick
When NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem, debates flared. What was going on beneath the surface of those public conversations? As someone studying rhetoric and composition, NC State graduate student Jose Martinez dove deep to research the discursive exchanges that followed Kaepernick's actions.