November 2016 Monthly Archive

Humans of Eddy: Ben Schrader

~from intern Courtney Satchell Ben Schrader Adjunct instructor for Ethnic Studies Department and Political Studies What are you working on? For scholarly purposes? Right now I’m working on this idea building off of Carol Paton’s Sexual Contract and Charles Mills’s […]

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News of Note Week of November 14

On November 16 and 17, Camille Dungy spoke at the University of Arizona Poetry Center as part of their Climate Change & Poetry Series. “Starting in October 2016, the UA Poetry Center features eight world-class poets as they address what overlaps, contradictions, […]

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Faculty Profile: Sharon Grindle

~from intern Haley Huffman Cloudy and cold days make Sharon Grindle just the tiniest bit homesick for the coast. Originally from California, Grindle moved to Colorado to pursue her dreams of teaching. “I’ve known for a long time, I think, […]

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Humans of Eddy: David Mucklow

~from intern Courtney Satchell David Mucklow MFA Poetry Instructor of E210: Beginning Creative Writing What are you working on? I’m working on a lesson plan for this afternoon. How do you spend most of your time in the Eddy? Using […]

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News of Note Week of November 7

Dan Beachy-Quick has new poems in The Literary Review, American Poetry Review, and a long lyric in the Kenyon Review which can be read here: http://www.kenyonreview.org/journal/novdec-2016/selections/dan-beachy-quick/ Dr. Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala (English/INTO CSU) and Dr. Maite Correa (LLC) will be presenting the following […]

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Gregory Pardlo Reading

~from English Department Communications Intern Courtney Satchell When I went to go see Gregory Pardlo read at the ballroom in the LSC recently, I had been in a bit of a rush. Under the belief that I was late, I hurried to […]

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Humans of Eddy: Marrisa Mullen

~from intern Courtney Satchell Marrisa Mullen Double major in Anthropology and Ethnic Studies What are you working on today: Thought memo for Dr.Souza’s ETST 405 [Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the U.S.]. What do you normally work on in the […]

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Faculty Profile: Nancy Henke

~from intern Joyce Bohling Nancy Henke Senior Teaching Faculty MA English: Literature, 2010 (she’s also an English department alumna!) What brought you to CSU? I came to CSU in 2008 as a graduate student.  I had gotten offers from several […]

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Return of Colloquium

After a brief hiatus, the English department Colloquium has returned. For those of you who don’t know, colloquium is an event where we gather, with fine appetizers and drinks in hand, to enjoy one another’s company and hear about the work that […]

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