Shannon Scott ’10 M.A, adjunct professor of English, knows a lot about werewolf literature. She will have an essay appear in SHE-WOLF: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE FEMALE WEREWOLF.
The English Department congratulates its graduating English majors, minors, and M.A. in English students!
The English Department congratulates the student winners of its annual English major essay contest and its second annual Lon Otto Creative Writing contest.
Mauricio Carranza '14 looks at how J.R.R. Tolkien's writing changed his life and literature.
A self-described “hunter of happiness, community and what makes humans thrive,” Margret Aldrich has added “author” to her list of adventures; she spent the past year tracing the history, impact and stories of the Little Free Library movement. Her research culminated in the aptly titled THE LITTLE FREE LIBRARY BOOK, published by Coffee House Press this month.
Junior Melanie Kraemer received a Young Scholars Research grant from St. Thomas, which will allow her to spend ten weeks this summer researching early ecofeminist theory in New Woman novels of the Victorian period in Britain.
Five English Majors represented UST at this annual conference
We congratulate adjunct instructor Jim Silas Rogers on the selection of his book NORTHERN ORCHARDS: PLACES NEAR THE DEAD as a finalist in the 2015 Minnesota Book Awards Memoir/Creative Nonfiction category.
We remember Prof. Paul Hague, a faculty member in the English Department from 1955-1990 who enjoyed sharing his love of Willa Cather and detective fiction.
CAS Spotlight magazine highlights Dr. Todd Lawrence's documentary film Taking Pinhook.
Jacqueline Lucca '14 explored why our fascination with Dracula and Frankenstein has been so long-lasting.
Amy Leach, author of THINGS THAT ARE: ESSAYS, participated in a number of events in late September as the ACTC Visiting Writer to St. Thomas.
Michael Lackey '86, author of TRUTHFUL FICTIONS: CONVERSATIONS WITH AMERICAN BIOGRAPHICAL NOVELISTS, recently spent some time with the Newsroom discussing the rise of the biographical novel and his experience conversing with 16 authors of note.
Christopher Bakken, author of HONEY, OLIVES, OCTOPUS, visited English classes, gave a cooking demonstration, and presented a lecture on Greek food in mid-September.
Students in Liz Wilkinson's English class recently visited Bees Knees to learn about bees and honey production.
The English Departments bids farewell to its graduating English majors and minors, especially those who are graduating with Latin honors.
The English Department congratulates the student winners of its annual English major essay contest and its new creative writing contest!
The English Department recently hosted a reception and small program to honor its senior English majors.
On April 25th, members of both the UST community and wider Twin Cities community participated in an Emily Dickinson marathon reading.
The University of St. Thomas English and Art History graduate programs recently held an interdisciplinary conference that explored the topic of Visualizing the Past/Imagining the Future.
Current and prospective English majors and minors recently had an opportunity to meet with English major alumni, who described their personal career paths and described how they utilized their English skills to get great jobs.
The English Department is proud to announce that English students Emily Hurd and Annemarie Thompson presented papers at the undergraduate Literari Conference held on Saturday, March 29th at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This award is presented annually by the University Advocates for Women and Equity (UAWE), which exists to address issues of the climate for women students, faculty, and staff at the University of St. Thomas.
The English Department congratulates Dr. Alexis Easley, Dr. Liz Wilkinson, and Dr. Raymond MacKenzie on their recent news.
In its Winter 2014 issue, St. Thomas magazine spoke with four emerging, though undoubtedly accomplished writers: Mark Ehling, Lisa Brimmer, David Doody and Dustin Nelson. Collectively, these four young alumni illustrate the diversity and reality of emerging writers today. Ehling, Doody, and Nelson are English with Writing Emphasis Major alumni and Brimmer is an English minor alumna.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the M.A. in English program, three alumni from our first graduating class reflect on their program experience and update us on their life after UST.
Ann Ursu, author of several children's books, recently visited Dr. Heather Bouwman's ENGL 326 creative writing class.
Visiting ACTC poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil, named as one of thirteen "Young Poets to Watch" by former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove, gave a great reading to a huge audience on Monday evening.
Senior English with Writing Emphasis major Melissa Seymour empowers women one comic book at a time.