Learn about the process at Milkweed Editions that went into creating and publishing Amy Leach's book THINGS THAT ARE: ESSAYS.
Amy Leach, author of THINGS THAT ARE: ESSAYS and the ACTC Visiting Writer at UST this September, will give a reading and sign copies of her book.
Christopher Bakken, author of HONEY, OLIVES, OCTOPUS: ADVENTURES AT THE GREEK TABLE, will present "Case Studies in Subversive Eating: From the Garage to Greece."
Find out how a Master of Arts in English degree will help you fulfill your personal and professional goals!
Both the graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Saturday, May 24th.
Students in Dr. Lucia Pawlowski's ENGL 304 Analytical and Persuasive Writing class present their community partnership writing.
English Department faculty and staff recognize and celebrate graduating senior English majors.
The English Department will host a marathon reading of Emily Dickinson‘s poetry to celebrate National Poetry Month.
The University of St. Thomas English and Art History graduate programs announce this interdisciplinary conference. Minnesota artist Harriet Bart will give the plenary lecture.
Dr. Erika Behrisch Elce presents “‘One of the bright objects that solace us in these regions’: Labour, Leisure, and the Arctic Shipboard Periodical, 1820-1852.”
Dr. Todd Lawrence, UST Associate Professor of English, presents his co-directed 26-minute documentary "Taking Pinhook" and offers a post-film lecture and discussion.
Senior English with Writing Emphasis major Melissa Seymour is a Female Force!
How will an English major benefit you after you walk through the arches for the last time on graduation day? Come find out from English major alumni!
Author Anthony Doerr will give a public reading that celebrates the 2013-2014 Sacred Arts Festival theme, "Wonder."
UST English faculty and students are encouraged to attend this annual conference and cheer on our UST student presenters!
N.M. Kelby (Nicole Mary Kelby), author of numerous books, will discuss her novel WHITE TRUFFLES IN WINTER (2012).
Undergraduate students are invited to learn more about the professional and personal benefits of obtaining an English major or minor.
What can you do with a Master of Arts degree in English? Attend this free information to find out!
ACTC Visiting Writer and poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil will read selections from her three poetry collections.
Poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil will discuss the concept of wonder in her three poetry collections.
"It was a dark and stormy night..."
Dr. Alexis Easley, Associate Professor of English, and M.A. in English alum Shannon Scott discuss their 2012 book TERRIFYING TRANSFORMATIONS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF VICTORIAN WEREWOLF FICTION, 1838-1896.
The October LDCW book club pick is Mary Sharratt's book ILLUMINATIONS: A NOVEL OF HILDEGARD VON BINGEN