Prof. Gillian Overing celebrates the launch of two books

Professor Gillian Overing has published two books this fall, American/Medieval Goes North: Earth and Water in Transit, co-edited with Ulrike Wiethaus, Wake Forest Department of Religion and American Ethnic Studies Program, and The Contemporary Medieval in Practice, co-written with Clare A. Lees, Professor of Medieval Literature and History of the Language… Continue Reading: Prof. Gillian Overing celebrates the launch of two books

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English and Writing students present at Undergraduate Research Day 2019

Several English majors and Writing minors were among the students who gave oral presentations and presented posters at Undergraduate Research Day on November 1, 2019, in Z. Smith Reynolds Library.  Undergraduate Research Day is an annual event held by the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Center, also known as URECA.… Continue Reading: English and Writing students present at Undergraduate Research Day 2019

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Professor Meredith Farmer interviewed on podcast of C19: The Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists

Professor Meredith Farmer was recently featured on the podcast of C19: The Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists in a wonderful and ranging piece on the women whose work enabled, settled, and sustained the idea of “Herman Melville,” both in the popular imagination and in the academy.    S03E02 | Wives… Continue Reading: Professor Meredith Farmer interviewed on podcast of C19: The Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists

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