Novelist Denis Johnson will give the 23rd Esther Freier Endowed Lecture at 7:30 pm, April 11, 2012, at Coffman Union Theater.
December 2011 Archives
A wealth of books from faculty and alumnae/i published 2010-11.
Jaime Lilleodden's internship at the Shakopee women's prison provided her a unique experience and a newfound career path.
Antonia Kaczkurkin's dissertation examines the generalization of conditioned fear in veterans with PTSD.
As the holiday season approaches and the Twin Cities strings up its lights, English has plenty of dazzle to contribute to the festivities.
Professor of English Nabil Matar's research in Anglo-Islamic relations offers a different perspective on the early modern world--and hope for the present day.
Professor of English Maria Damon examines the weave of experimental play and trauma in art-making.
What does an Old English poem have to do with English at Minnesota? Director of Graduate Studies Katherine Scheil tells the story.
MFA candidate Carrie Lorig interviews new assistant professor of poetry Peter Campion, a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow.
A former community college student herself, alumna Susan Taylor expands creative writing opportunities at the two-year college level.
MFA candidate Carrie Lorig poses five questions for Minnesota's poet laureate (and English alumna) Joyce Sutphen.
BA graduates Peter Geye (BA 2000), Sheila O'Connor (BA 1982), and Susan Niz (BA 1997), novelists at different stages in their careers, reflect on the people and places that led them to their stories.
PhD candidate Elissa Hansen ponders medieval time.
Adam Barrows (PhD 2006) explores the significance of the introduction of a global standard time in modernist writing.