Tag: Robert Habich

  • Two #bsuenglish Faculty Publish their Books (and More October Good News)

    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!

  • Good News, September 2014

    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 […]

  • Good News #2

    This is the second post of our “Good News” series—a series to highlight the accomplishments of the English Department’s graduate students and faculty. Here’s what they’ve been up to: Adam R. Beach’s essay “Global Slavery, Old World Bondage, and Aphra Behn’s Abdelazer,” was accepted for publication in Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, and will appear in […]

  • Introducing our Good News series!

    This post will be the first in our Good News series, which will highlight our faculty and graduate students’ accomplishments. Without further ado, here’s what our Ball State University English professors and students are doing: Cathy Day attended the Indiana Historical Society’s Holiday Author Fair on December 4th, the largest book-signing gathering for Indiana-related material, featuring 75 Hoosier […]