The English Department houses twelve full-time faculty, concentrations in both literature and creative writing, community workshops, a nationally recognized Writers' Series, an MA in English Literature and now an MFA in Creative Writing.

Below you will find scholarly and other professional works of faculty in the English Department.

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Submissions from 2011

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Language, Geography, Globalization: Susana Chavez-Silverman’s Rejection of Translation in Killer Crónicas: Bilingual Memories, Ania Spyra

Documents from 2010

Must Be Nice, Bryan Furuness

Bryan Furuness is Writing an Essay on Facebook Status Updates, Bryan M. Furuness

Excerpts From Two Lists, Bryan M. Furuness

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How Teachers Need to Deal with the Seen, the Unseen, the Improbable, and the Nearly Imponderable, Marshall W. Gregory

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Jean Rhys’s Voyage in the Dark as a Trans-Atlantic Tragic Mulatta Narrative, Ania Spyra

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Self-Indulgence is the American Word for Flair, Ania Spyra

Documents from 2009

Man of Steel, Bryan M. Furuness

Portrait of Lucifer as a Young Man, Bryan M. Furuness

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Junk-Yard Ride, Marshall W. Gregory

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Shaped by Stories: The Ethical Power of Narratives, Marshall W. Gregory

Submissions from 2008

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Do We Teach Disciplines or Do We Teach Students?—What Difference Does It Make?, Marshall W. Gregory

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Humanities Education Then, Now and Why, Marshall W. Gregory

Submissions from 2007

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Real Teaching and Real Learning vs Narrative Myths About Education, Marshall W. Gregory

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Eugene Jolas’s Multilingual New Occident, Ania Spyra

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Three Romanian Postcards, Ania Spyra

Documents from 2005

Love and Mono, Bryan M. Furuness

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Why are Liberal Education's Friends of so Little Help?, Marshall W. Gregory

Submissions from 2001

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Escaping the prison of singularity, Marshall W. Gregory