Category: Regular Features


  • October/November Good News

    The past two months have been productive for #bsuenglish, and we have the good news to prove it! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty Professor Michael Begnal Professor Begnal’s book The Music and Noise of the Stooges, 1967-71: Lost in the Future was published by Routledge. More information on Begnal’s critical monograph can be found here: https://www.routledge.com/The-Music-and-Noise-of-the-Stooges-1967-71-Lost-in-the-Future/Begnal/p/book/9780367648435 Begnal also […]

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  • Grace Goze: From Undergrad English to Grad School Poetry and Comedy

    Grace Goze graduated from Ball State with an English major with a creative writing concentration in 2021. After graduation, she is pursuing an MFA in Screenwriting with a concentration in Comedy Writing at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please introduce yourself—I’d love to know when you attended Ball State, your area(s) of study, and […]

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  • Luke Bell: Creative Writing Student to Senior Copywriter

    Luke Bell works as a senior copywriter and creative lead at Nobox, an advertising agency. He graduated from Ball State with an English major with a Creative Writing concentration in 2016. After graduation, he started working as a marketing writer on a rebranding project. You can connect with him on LinkedIn.  __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please introduce yourself with […]

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  • August – September Good News

    With the semester now in full swing, it’s time to celebrate the good news that #bsuenglish has to share!  ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty Dr. Emily Ruth Rutter has lots of good news! In May, the first of two special issues on “Women and Archives” she co-edited for Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature was published; this issue was […]

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  • Lauren Lutz: Making a Career Change

    Lauren Lutz earned her B.A. in English Studies in 2014. While she was a student, she worked in the Writing Center, edited the Digital Literature Review, and served as a #bsuenglish social media manager. Upon graduation, she embarked on a career in marketing in the Cincinnati area, working for Cleriti, Everything but the House, and the American Sign […]

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  • March Good News

    As March comes to a close, take a moment to help us celebrate all of our #bsuenglish accomplishments! Our faculty and alumni have a whole month full of new successes you just have to read about.  Faculty  Gui Garcia Prof. Garcia’s book, Data Visualization and Analysis in Second Language Research, is now available for pre-order (to be […]

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  • January & February Good News

    Us #bsuenglish folks just keep accomplishing more and more great things! Read our good news from January and February to share in the joy radiating from our faculty, students, and alumni.  Faculty Dr. Suban Nur Cooley has won the 2021 Conference on College Composition and Communication James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award for her dissertation Carrying […]

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