Examining the Storytelling of Medical GoFundMe Campaigns with Kari Campeau

March 31, 2022

Kari Campeau, Assistant Professor of English, published in the latest Technical Communication Quarterly : “ It Makes Everything Just Another Story”: A Mixed Methods Study of Medical Storytelling on GoFundMe .” The article presents findings from an interview- and text-based study about writing and storytelling on medical crowdfunding platforms and...

Nicky Beer Launches New Poetry Book

March 3, 2022

Nicky Beer’s new book of poems, Real Phonies and Genuine Fakes , will be out from Milkweed Editions on March 8. Publisher’s Weekly called it an, “imaginative and spirited collection.” Pending changing COVID regulations, there will be an in-person launch reading for the book at BookBar (4280 Tennyson St.) on...

New NEA Award for Wayne Miller

Jan. 20, 2022

English Professor Wayne Miller received a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts Translation Fellowship to support his collaborative translation of the short story collection Sellers Of Chaos by the Albanian writer Moikom Zeqo.

Rodney Herring on Developing Features of Economic Writing in the 18th Century

Sept. 29, 2021

Associate Professor of English Rodney Herring’s article “' Money is not a Pledge': Early Financial Genres, the Battle of the Banks, and John Law's Money and Trade Considered ” appeared in the most recent issue of The Eighteenth Century . Co-authored with Mark Longaker, the essay uses rhetorical analysis to...

Jeff Franklin Publishes Latest Book

Sept. 17, 2021

English Professor Jeffrey Franklin’s Where We Lay Down is a multifarious and expansive poetry collection, inclusive of a wide range of voices, places, and experiences, far from a single-themed book. It swings from bathing a baby in the kitchen sink to emptying a grandfather’s closet, from sailing off of Australia...

Catherine Wallace Hope a Finalist for the Colorado Book Awards

April 28, 2021

1992 Alum of the English Writing Program, Catherine Wallace Hope, author of the novel Once Again , is pleased to have been selected as a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards . Her on-line reading will take place at 7:00pm on May 5, and anyone interested in attending can register...

Check out the Latest Episode of CultureKlatsch

April 28, 2021

The joint English and Philosophy podcast, CultureKlatsch , just released a new episode (Season 2, Episode 4) featuring English Associate Professor Rodney Herring and focused on the changing nature of media discourse around celebrities – particularly as it pertains to the recent NY Times’ documentary on Brittney Spears. Please have a listen and subscribe!

CultureKlatsch Focuses on TV’s Female Anti-Heros

Jan. 21, 2021

The latest episode of the joint podcast of the English and Philosophy departments is now available. The episode focuses on the female anti-hero in contemporary television, the subject of a book by the featured guests, Sarah Hagelin and Gillian Silverman.

CultureKlatsch Podcast goes Interdisciplinary for Season Two

Sept. 30, 2020

The English department’s podcast, CultureKlatsch, will be partnering with the philosophy department and welcoming a new cohost: Associate Professor of Philosophy and Affiliated Faculty of Women and Gender Studies, Sarah Tyson. The first interdisciplinary episode of season two will launch on October 14 th and will focus on race, police...

Dig into the Best Films of 2019 with the English Podcast CulturKlatsch

March 5, 2020

This third episode of the English Department sponsored podcast is focused on the best films of 2019, the politics of the Oscars, and the ways in which the Academy is changing. Guests include Assistant Professor Andrew Scahill and students Alyssa Haskel, Kamesh Saba, and Jake Johnson. The podcast is available...