Tasha Oren Publishes Edited Collection: “Global Asian American Popular Cultures”

Congratulations to Tasha Oren on the publication of her new edited collection: Global Asian American Popular Cultures. For more information, visit http://nyupress.org/books/9781479815739/

Lindsay Daigle’s Poetry Manuscript Accepted for Publication

Congratulations to Dr. Lindsay Daigle whose recently defended poetry manuscript has been accepted for publication by Brown University’s Synecdoche Press.

Reed Stratton Successfully Defends Dissertation

Congratulations to Dr. Reed Stratton, who successfully defended his dissertation:  “The Ambience of Innovation: A Material Semiotic Analysis of Corporate and Community Innovation Sites.”  Many thanks to his major professor Dave Clark and committee members Bill Keith, Dennis Lynch, Rachel… Read More

Shanae Martinez Receives Dr. Tomás Garrett-Rosas Research Award

Congratulations to Shanae Martinez who was selected by the graduate school to receive the Dr. Tomás Garrett-Rosas Research Award!

Lindsay Daigle Successfully Defends Dissertation

Congratulations to Lindsay Daigle, who successfully defended her dissertation entitled, “The Small Disasters LP.” Many thanks to the members of the committee: Adream Blair, Liam Callanan, Mauricio Kilwein-Guevara, and Andrew Kincaid.

In Memoriam : Jon Erickson (Ph.D., Modern Studies, 1990)

The English Department is sad to report the passing of a distinguished alumnus of our graduate program: Jon Erickson (Ph.D., Modern Studies, 1990).  Jon was an Associate Professor of English and Comparative Studies at Ohio State University. An accomplished critic… Read More

Heejoung Shin Successfully Defends Dissertation

Congratulations to Dr. Heejoung Shin, who successfully defended her dissertation entitled, “Granite and Rainbow: Queer Authority and Authorship in T.S. Eliot, W.B. Yeats, and Virginia Woolf.”

Sukanya Banerjee and Tasha Oren Receive Research and Creative Activities Support Award

The English Department extends its congratulations to colleagues receiving support through the Graduate School’s RACAS program (Research and Creative Activities Awards) for 2016-17: Sukanya Banerjee Tasha Oren

Ashley Banoub Accepted to Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages PhD Program at UC Riverside

Congratulations to Ashley Banoub, a current English senior, who has been accepted into the Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages PhD Program at UC Riverside!  Ashley will begin her graduate studies this fall, specializing in Francophone literature.

Sukanya Banerjee and Jason Puskar Receive Institute for Research in the Humanities Fellowships

Congratulations to Professors Sukanya Banerjee and Jason Puskar! They were awarded UW System Fellowships at the Institute for Research in the Humanities, UW-Madison, in the 2016-17 academic year. To find out more about the Institute for Research in the Humanities Fellowships, visit http://irh.wisc.edu/fellowships.