An English degree offers a way to increase your awareness of the wondrous power of language. Studies in English provide foundations in reading, analysis and self-expression. Through the study of literature, students gain appreciation and understanding of what makes written text “literary” and why readers return to great literature to provide pleasure and insight into the human condition.
Announcements and Upcoming Events:
- English Colloquium: On Thursday, April 7, at 3pm, in L114 Leah Bergman and Brixton Sandhals will present some of the fascinating research they have been doing as part of their directed studies.
- Literati Coffeehouse: All English majors, minors, and alumni are invited to the Literati Coffeehouse, Wednesday, April 13th, 7-9pm, in N101, for free coffee, treats, musical performances and readings of creative writings.
- To see a listing of local literary events, click here.
- MAPP is hiring Research Assistants! Click here for more information.
- ENGL 399D African-American Literature (Fall 2016)
- ENGL 399C Charlotte Bronte in Context (Winter 2017)
- ENGL 399B Margaret Atwood (Winter 2017)