We stand in solidarity with our Black colleagues, students, and staff, with the protesters in the ongoing fight for Black liberation, and with all of those who continue to call for equity and justice in our classrooms, schools, communities, and country. As educators dedicated to the study of English, rhetoric, and the humanities, we aim to identify, examine, and dismantle the systems of oppressions that perpetuate white supremacy in our academic programs and the society at large. We aim to affirm the principle that Black lives matter in the content and shape of our curriculum and in our pedagogical practice. We pledge to hold ourselves accountable for this on-going anti-racist work and to partner with students, staff, and faculty across campus in order to achieve these aims.
Hello! Thank you for visiting the English department webpage. As you know, the COVID-19 situation has brought on many rapid changes. However, our desire to promote student learning and success has not changed! Please take a moment to read the following information items:
We thank you for your patience during this difficult time and look forward to serving you.
Debra Best, Department Chair
August 27, 2020
Please accept our apologies for the fact that we will not be able to accommodate most requests.
On-line this Fall, some with synchronous Zoom discussions and some with traditional on-line asynchronous formats. Spring course formats have yet to be determined.
For more information, please go check out Graduate Programs page
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