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In the latest installment of our “Good News” series, the Ball State English Department highlights the accomplishments of our faculty and students. Elisabeth Buck, a Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition, has been selected to receive the Doctoral Level Excellence in Teaching Award for 2015-2016 from Ball State. She has also been nominated for the […]
In 2014, Kelsey earned her M.A. in English with a creative writing focus from Ball State University. She is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in creative writing at West Virginia University. Two graduate degrees in creative writing. Redundant, right? The MFA is the terminal degree in the field, and will allow me to teach as a […]
Kelly Kriner graduated from Ball State in 1989. You can learn more about her through her blog, or you can follow her on Twitter. Ah, anything Walt Whitman brings a smile to my heart. I can thank more than one person for that. My parents and grandparents talked to me. Seems simple, but they truly […]
Communities across the world have different norms and rituals. In this 36-minute documentary film, Ritassida Mamadou Djiguimde, a doctoral student in the Applied Linguistics program of Ball State University, offers a linguistic perspective on the cultural practice that is “bargaining.” Bargaining, in the context of Bobo-Dioulasso, the second largest city of Burkina Faso, West Africa, […]