Tag: Department of English

CATEGORIES: Honored

Tina Coffelt earns grant from Central Asia University Partnerships Program (UniCEN); travels to Uzbekistan

Tina Coffelt, associate professor in the Department of English, earned a grant from the Central Asia University Partnerships Program (UniCEN). Coffelt recently traveled to Uzbekistan to conduct grant work related to professional development for faculty on the topics of research design, academic writing and publishing. In Uzbekistan, Coffelt met grant participants and discussed ongoing future … Continue reading Tina Coffelt earns grant from Central Asia University Partnerships Program (UniCEN); travels to Uzbekistan

CATEGORIES: Published

Matthew Sivils publishes article in Studies in American Fiction

Matthew Sivils, professor in the Department of English, has published “The African American Ecogothic of E. Levi Brown’s ‘At the Hermitage.’” The article was published in Studies in American Fiction (SAF), 47.2 (2020): 143-161. SAF publishes reviews and articles on a wide temporal range in American fiction. Published by Johns Hopkins University Press, SAF is … Continue reading Matthew Sivils publishes article in Studies in American Fiction

CATEGORIES: Alumni, News

Austen spirit and alumni pride

ISU Theatre’s “Sense and Sensibility” opens February 22. Kerry Skram (’95 English), who penned the Jane Austen adaptation, never expected to see her own work on the Fisher Theatre stage.