We’ve got a lot of good news this month, so we’re dividing it into faculty and student/alum accomplishments. Check out all the amazing things your friends and colleagues have done! Faculty Good News Prof. Emily Scalzo’s new book The Politics of Division was published on Mar. 27! The Indiana Writing Project was awarded a $15,000 grant titled […]
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Prof. Emily Scalzo had four poems accepted to Scarlet Leaf Review, including “To My Father,” “If the Human Race is the Only Race, Why Does this Shit Still Happen,” “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” and “The Reason I Blocked You on Facebook.” They are due to be published in December. Also, her poetry chapbook, The Politics of Division, was accepted […]
October was filled with spooktacular achievements. Keep reading for some scary good news! Dr. Jackie Grutsch McKinney‘s new book, The Working Lives of of New Writing Center Directors, is officially out. Professor Patrick Collier had his book Modern Print Artefacts: Textual Materiality and Literary Value, 1890-1930s, published by Edinburgh University Press. A big congrats to you both!
In the latest installment of the “Good News” series, the Ball State English department highlights the accomplishments of our faculty and students up through the month of January. All the Good News that’s fit to print! Mary Lou Vercellotti received a grant to work with Wollo University in Ethiopia. Full details are available in the […]
Tuesday = Good News In the latest installment of the “Good News” series, the Ball State English department highlights the accomplishments of our faculty and students up through the month of September. That’s right. We have so much good news that we’re sharing it once a month rather than once a semester. In fact, we […]
The faculty in the English Department belong to one of five subareas: Literature Creative Writing Rhetoric and Composition Linguistics English Education What’s the difference between all those areas? Do you sometimes wonder what your professors are working on when they aren’t teaching? If so, you might be interested in the Take 3 Faculty Lecture Series, a […]
This week, the department continues our series of new faculty profiles by featuring Professor Emily Jo Scalzo, who joined our department this year. Prof. Scalzo earned her MFA in Creative Writing from California State University, Fresno in 2010. Continue reading below for the interview conducted by English Department intern Nakkia Patrick.