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Associate Professor Andrew Kincaid has an article on Samuel Beckett’s radio plays in the latest issue (Feb. 2022) of the journal Modernist Cultures. The article explores Beckett’s turn to radio in the 1950s against the backdrop of urban theory in… Read More
Shevaun Watson’s proposal, “The Comforts of Heritage: Tourism, Racism, and Public Memory in Charleston, South Carolina,” was selected for funding in 2022 by the Fromkin Award Committee. This will be the 53rd annual lecture in this program on human rights… Read More
This video by Dusan Harminc of StumpTown Media was created by Lisa Moline (Art), and Lane Hall (English) with friends of the Overpass Light Brigade, supported by students attending a National Institutes for Health-funded STEM summer camp for students run… Read More
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Two of this summer’s most talked-about books are from English grads! Zhanna Slor ’08, is the author of “At the End of the World, Turn Left,” and Willa Richards ’19, is the author of “The Comfort of Monsters.” ‘At the End… Read More
Graduate Fall 2021: https://uwm.edu/english/graduate/course-descriptions-and-syllabi/ Undergraduate Fall 2021: https://uwm.edu/english/undergraduate/course-descriptions-and-syllabi/ How to Apply: https://uwm.edu/undergrad-admission/apply/ Meet with us in-person, over the phone, or videoconference to learn more about the English program. When classes are in session, we can even arrange a class visit to… Read More
Many students may pursue careers in writing, editing, and publishing, whether in creative, professional, or technical fields. You can choose to major in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Professional Writing, or you may just want to take a… Read More