Dr. Megan Walsh, professor of English and director of the Honors Program, has been named the inaugural recipient of the Samuel Victor Constant Fellowship in Memory of Kenneth R. Lavoy Jr. at Florida Atlantic University.
Dr. Donika Kelly's new book of poetry has been published by fivehundred places. http://fivehundred-places.com/work/#/donika-kelly/
Kelly's new book of poetry has been published by fivehundred places. http://fivehundred-places.com/work/#/donika-kelly/
Dr. Lauren Matz, professor of English, presented a paper at the Modern Language Association annual conference in Philadelphia on January 5, 2017, as part of a panel exploring the impact of the Reformation across 500 years of British literature. Her paper, "L. E. L., the Novel, and Romance Catholicism," analyzed the romantic allure of continental Catholicism for English Protestant characters in an 1831 novel by Letitia Elizabeth Landon.
Dr. Megan Walsh, associate professor of English, has organized a panel at the biennial Society of Early Americanists Conference in Tulsa, Okla. Titled "Categories of the Archive," the panel brings together scholars whose work interrogates collection and curation practices at U.S. historical libraries.
Dr. Megan Walsh, associate professor of English, delivered this semester's keynote lecture for the "Reimagining the Humanities" speaker series at Penn State-Erie, The Behrend College, on Nov. 8. The title of Walsh's talk was "Corpses and Character Portraits: Book Illustration and the Novel of Seduction in Revolutionary America."
Dr. Donika Kelly, assistant professor of English, has made the longlist for the National Book Award in Poetry for her latest collection, "Bestiary." Hers is one of ten books to make the longlist; other poets on this year's longlist include Rita Dove and Donald Hall.
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