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 2005

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Hogging the Limelight: The Queen's Wake and the Rise of Celebrity Authorship, Jason N. Goldsmith

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

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"I Knew There Was Something Wrong with That Paper": Scientific Rhetorical Styles and Scientific Misunderstandings, Carol Reeves

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The Language of Science, Carol Reeves

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What’s in a Gene Name: Mapping the Language of the Human Genome, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 2004

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An Introduction to Volume 19 of The New Age, Lee Garver

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An Introduction to Volume 8 of The New Age, Lee Garver

Submissions from 2003

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Can Rhetorical Momentum Influence Agreement in Science?, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 2002

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The Revolution You Won’t See On TV, Jeff Rasley

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An Orthodox Heresy: Scientific Rhetoric and the Science of Prions., Carol Reeves

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Irrigation: The Political Economy of Personal Experience, Carol Reeves and Alan W. France

Submissions from 2001

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The Political Katherine Mansfield, Lee Garver

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Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Teacherly Ethos, Marshall W. Gregory

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Escaping the prison of singularity, Marshall W. Gregory

Submissions from 1998

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Review of "Bernard Shaw and Gabriel Pascal." Edited by Bernard F. Dukore., Lee Garver

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Living on the Border: Ethotic Conflict and the Satiric Impulse, Carol Reeves

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Rhetoric and the AIDS Virus Hunt, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 1997

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The Many-Headed Hydra of Theory vs. the Unifying Mission of Teaching, Marshall W. Gregory

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Introductory Courses, Student Ethos, and Living the Life of the Mind, Marshall W. Gregory

Submissions from 1996

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Language, Rhetoric, and AIDS: The Attitudes and Strategies of Key AIDS Medical Scientists and Physicians, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 1995

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Review of Martha Fodeski Black’s Shaw and Joyce: “The Last Word in Stolentelling.”, Lee Garver

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Students as Satirists: Encouraging Critique and Comic Release, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 1994

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The Beige Place, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 1992

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Owning a Virus: The Rhetoric of Scientific Discovery Accounts, Carol Reeves

Submissions from 1990

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Establishing the Phenomenon: The Rhetoric of Early Research Reports on AIDS, Carol Reeves