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News and Views

Faculty Achievements Update

Posted by mgcollege

Sep 19, 2013 2:44:35 PM

We would like to offer our warm congratulations to our colleague Michael Martin, assistant professor of English and co-director of the Geschke Writing Center, who just received a contract to publish a version of his dissertation. The book, entitled Literature and the Encounter with God in Post-Reformation England, will be released next year by Ashgate Publishing in the UK.

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Topics: Department of English and Modern Languages, All Campus News, Michael Martin

Welcome Back Event for English Majors and Minors

Posted by mgcollege

Sep 11, 2013 9:13:03 AM

On Thursday, September 19, from 4:30 till 6 pm in the Keenan Courtyard behind the Madame Cadillac Building, the English and Modern Languages Department will host a welcome back gathering for our majors and minors.

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Topics: Department of English and Modern Languages, All Campus News

Tomorrow's senior seminar presentations are going to be apocalyptic--sort of.

Posted by mgcollege

Apr 23, 2013 9:37:33 AM

You are invited to attend the Department of English and Modern Languages Senior Seminar Presentations: Post-Apocalyptic American Fiction

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Topics: Department of English and Modern Languages, All Campus News

Mary Helen Washington Writing Award Contest Winners Announced

Posted by mgcollege

Mar 6, 2013 4:56:31 PM

The Department of English and Modern Languages at Marygrove College has just completed the judging for the third year of the Mary Helen Washington Writing Award Contest, offered in conjunction with its Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series (CAALS). Named after nationally-renowned scholar, editor, essayist, and teacher Dr. Mary Helen Washington, and supported through the generosity of series sponsors Lillian and Don Bauder, this annual contest asks students to write essays in response to the works of the CAALS guest artist. This year’s students were asked to write essays or poems in response to the works of this year's guest artist, National Book Award-winning poet Terrance Hayes.

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Topics: CAALS, Department of English and Modern Languages, Student News, All Campus News, Mary Helen Washington, writing award winners

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