The study of English literature and language is fundamental to liberal education. It guides students in the study of literary works—poems, plays, fiction, essays—and in the development of communication skills. A background in writing and textual analysis prepares students for graduate studies and careers in almost every profession. Recent graduates have entered the fields of communication, fine arts, government, law, management, politics, social services and academia.
December 6, at 4:30 p.m.
Please join the English Department for hot cider and merriment to celebrate the successful conclusion of a bountiful fall semester
Don't miss the next English Department Colloquium
Wednesday, December 4 at 2:00
Molly Hardy, PhD University of Texas, Austin, AAS Digital Humanities Curator and an American Council of Learned Societies(ACLS) Public Fellow, "E-raced: Access and the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century"
Professor Fern Johson, European Union Language Policy: Paradoxes, Perils, and the Pachyderm
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