This week, the Ball State English Department continues the short series of new faculty profiles by featuring John King. Continue reading below to see John’s interview conducted by English intern Tyler Fields. Also, be sure to check out the series’s first three posts featuring Miranda Nesler, Maria Windell, and Liz Whiteacre.
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This past October, English student Jessica Berg contributed a two-part post in which she discussed her experience studying abroad in Ghana, especially her experiences at the University of Ghana. In her latest blog post, Jessica discusses the difficulties and pleasures she has encountered while traveling in Ghana. Continue below to read about Jessica’s travels and […]
On November 14th, 2012, the English Department and Indiana Public Radio co-hosted a terrific event with nearly 300 audience members at Pruis Hall with brothers Davy and Peter Rothbart who came through Muncie on their 10th Anniversary FOUND Magazine tour. Listen to a conversation with the Rothbarts (with English professor Jill Christman and Marcus Jackman […]
This week, the Ball State English Department continues the short series of new faculty profiles by featuring Liz Whiteacre. Continue reading below to see Liz’s interview conducted by English intern Tyler Fields. Also, be sure to check out the series’s first two posts featuring Drs. Miranda Nesler and Maria Windell.
Last year, English creative writing professor Cathy Day introduced the New York Arts Program to a small group of her past students. Although Ball State University and the NYAP were not officially partnered, the two institutions worked together to allow one student into the program which sends students to live and intern in New York City […]
Last week, the English Department began a short series of profile posts to feature each of our nine newest faculty members. Each New Faculty Profile interview was conducted by English interns Tyler Fields and Nakkia Patrick and graduate student Craig Schmidt. Last week’s post featured Dr. Miranda Nesler. Continue reading below to see this week’s profile of Dr. Maria […]
Practical Criticism Midwest is the annual conference held by and for English department graduate students. In the following post, PCM planning committee member Elisabeth Buck encourages all department graduate students to participate and announces the call for papers as well as a workshop to help graduate students write proposals to conference presentations. The opportunity to participate in and attend […]
In the past year, professors Deborah Mix and Joyce Huff each took a sabbatical to research their future projects. On Thursday, November 8, Drs. Mix and Huff will present their separate but related Special Assigned Leave research collectively called, “How Bodies Work.” See the flyer below to read more about the presentation and be sure […]
In the last two years, Ball State English has welcomed nine new faculty members to the department. Undergraduate interns Tyler Fields and Nakkia Patrick, as well as graduate student Craig Schmidt, each interviewed three of the new faculty for profiles. We begin our new faculty profiles this week with Dr. Miranda Nesler. Continue below to read Dr. […]