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Humans of Eddy: Davia Carr

Does Davia look familiar to you? You might recognize her because she’s a work study in the English Department’s main office. What is your major, and when will you graduate? I major in Human Development and Family Studies (HDSF), and […]

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News of Note from the Week of April 21st

Barbara Sebek led a seminar on “Reimagining Topicality” at the Shakespeare Association conference in St. Louis earlier this month. A group of scholars wrote papers addressing the wide variety of ways that topical references operate in the work of Shakespeare, […]

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Faculty Profile: Ellen Brinks

Associate Professor Ellen Brinks has a B.A. in Philosophy and German from Agnes Scott College, and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. Professor Brinks teaches courses in British Romanticism, the Victorian period, literary theory, gothic literature and film, and […]

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Humans of Eddy: Summers Baker

Name: Summers Baker Major: Creative Writing What’s your favorite moment in Eddy Hall? Seeing Dan Robinson in his kilt. Describe Eddy in one word. The Senate. That’s what I want you to write. Who’s your favorite author or poet? At […]

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Reading: Robert Hass and Brenda Hillman

The Creative-Writing Reading Series is thrilled to bring to Colorado for National Poetry Month internationally acclaimed poet Robert Hass, former US poet laureate, and poet Brenda Hillman (2013 National Book Award finalist) for a free public poetry reading & discussion […]

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Exciting Experiential Internship in Zambia!

English Department Students, There’s talk about an exciting opportunity to go to Africa… for three-weeks…and with the possibility of earning up to three undergraduate or graduate internship credits! Would you be interested in such a thing? Dr. Ellen Brinks will […]

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