• It’s #BSUEnglishEd Month

    From Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 2019, the English department at Ball State is going to devote a whole bunch of our online bandwith to highlight our amazing English Ed program. If you’re a current student or a recent graduate, you probably know that over the last 5-6 years, we’ve used our online platforms to successfully “flip […]

  • Take 3 Faculty Lecture Series

    Come hear three English professors speak about their research projects at Take 3! Assistant Teaching Professor Brian Morrison created “Take 3” to make faculty research and writing more visible to students and colleagues.  The event has grown in popularity over the years and is now a recurring tradition within the department, boasting a new lecture […]

  • Star Party 2019: Find Your True North

    Okay, so what’s the Star Party? It’s like the College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM) Super Party. But for people who want to learn more about getting involved in the humanities at Ball State. When and where? Monday, September 9, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM in the Studebaker East Multipurpose Room. In what […]

  • Centennial Poem Winner…and a Reading!

    We are thrilled to congratulate graduate student Lindsey Dirksen as the winner of the Ball State Centennial Poem Contest for her poem “100 Year Glide.” She is a second-year MA student in English with a focus in creative writing. She loves all genres of writing, but works primarily with poetry. She’s published her work in […]

  • One #BSUEnglish Day

    It’s #OneBallStateDay, and the English department wants to thank our community for continuing to give back so that we can fly forward. Your gifts are used for lots of different purposes, and if you’d like to help us continue our good work, here’s where you can help. Consider donating to the Ball State English General […]

  • In Print Festival of First Books 2019

    General Information For over a decade, the Ball State Creative Writing Program’s In Print Festival of First Books has brought authors who’ve just published their first book and a literary editor/publisher to campus for a two day event featuring a reading, classroom visits, and a panel discussion/Q&A on literary editing and publishing. This year’s festival, […]