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Prof. Stephanie Grant's new essay, "Postpartum," was published on the New Yorker website in Dec. 2015.
Prof. Roberta Rubenstein's Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook After Fifty, coedited with Alice Ridout and Sandra Singer, was published by Palgrave in May 2015. It features a new essay by Rubenstein.
Prof. Linda Voris's article, "Reading the Background in Gertrude Stein," was recently published in the collection, Primary Stein: Returning to the Writing of Gertrude Stein (Lexington, 2014).
Video: Life after Literature
Students, alums, and faculty discuss possible futures.
Prof. Despina Kakoudaki
Despina Kakoudaki's book, Anatomy of a Robot: Literature, Cinema, and the Cultural Work of Artificial People, was published by Rutgers University Press in July 2014.
Alumna Amy Stolls appointed Literature Director at NEA.
Alumnus Abdul Ali won the 2014 New Issues Poetry Prize.
Prof David Keplinger won the Cavafy Prize from Poetry International for "The Life of Simone Weil."
Prof Richard McCann reappointed for third term as Vice President of the PEN/Faulkner Foundation.
Erik Dussere's America Is Elsewhere: The Noir Tradition in the Age of Consumer Culture won the 2014 Edgar Award for Best Critical/Biographical Work.
Richard Sha's co-edited book, Romanticism and the Emotions, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. Together with Theresa M. Kelley, he is launching a gallery of Romantic Visual Culture on Romantic Circles.
New Books by Literature Faculty
Associate Professor of Literature Kyle Dargan publishes new collection of poems.
The Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars program is training the next generation of leaders.
MFA creative writing alumni discuss rewarding careers outside academia.
Students in the college writing program donated their books at the end of the semester.
Rachel Louise Snyder’s What We’ve Lost Is Nothing receives enthusiastic reviews.
LIT: CW MFA Orientation, Fall 2016
Department of Literature: Undergraduate Welcome
Visiting Writers Series 2016-2017, Presenting Jacqueline Woodson
Visiting Writers Series 2016-2017, Alumni Reading Presenting Paula Whyman
Learn more about the MA program and our community of scholars.
Faculty, program alumni, and current students say what sets this program apart.
MFA Alumna Jael McHenry Publishes First Novel