English Department Newsletter and Annual Report

The department recently published it’s 2017-18 Annual Report and Newsletter. Inside are profiles of the exceptional students, staff, and faculty affiliated with the program. Special features include a section on Indigenous Literary Studies, a spotlight on the Overpass Light Brigade,… Read More

White Writers, Race Matters by Prof. Gregory Jay published by Oxford University Press

Congratulations to UWM English department chair, Dr. Gregory Jay for his recent publication of White Writers, Race Matters: Fictions of Racial Liberalism from Stowe to Stockett which has been released by Oxford University Press. From the publisher’s site: “What explains… Read More

Prof. Richard Grusin’s edited volume, Anthropocene Feminism, published by U. of Minn. Press

The Center for 21st Century Studies’ latest volume of essays, Anthropocene Feminism, has just been published by the University of Minnesota Press. Edited by former director Richard Grusin (English), the volume offers feminist and queer theory alternatives to thinking about… Read More

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.

Kumkum Sangari Publishes “ARC SILT DIVE: THE WORKS OF SHEBA CHHACHHI”

Congratulations to Professor Kumkum Sangari, who edited and contributed to the recently published collection of essays ARC SILT DIVE: THE WORKS OF SHEBA CHHACHHI. 

Recent Graduate Ching-In Chen Accepted for Publication

Congratulations to Ching-In Chen whose revised dissertation was recently accepted for publication by Kelsey Street Press out of Berkeley, California. Ching-In Chen is a doctoral graduate of the Creative Writing program. Ching-In’s committee was chaired by Professor Brenda Cárdenas and also… Read More