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Congratulations to the 2013/2014 Scholarships, 2013 Writing Awards and 2013 Special Undergraduate Awards Recipients!

2013 Writing Awards and Scholarships


Congratulations to the 2013/2014 Scholarships, 2013 Writing Awards and 2013 Special Undergraduate Awards Recipients!

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Congratulations to Drs. Lisa Maruca and Caroline Maun on receiving CLAS Teaching Awards.

2 English faculty members receive CLAS Teaching Award


Congratulations to Drs. Lisa Maruca and Caroline Maun on receiving CLAS Teaching Awards.

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Variety and flexibility are the keystones of our undergraduate program, which is designed to accommodate the multiple interests and pre-professional needs of our diverse student population.

Undergraduate Studies


Variety and flexibility are the keystones of our undergraduate program, which is designed to accommodate the multiple interests and pre-professional needs of our diverse student population.

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English is one of the largest departments in the College of Liberal Arts with a graduate faculty of 50 and a graduate student population of nearly 200 actively pursuing degrees. The department offers students the opportunity to specialize in many areas.

Graduate Studies in English


English is one of the largest departments in the College of Liberal Arts with a graduate faculty of 50 and a graduate student population of nearly 200 actively pursuing degrees. The department offers students the opportunity to specialize in many areas.

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Titled Faithful Translators: Authorship, Gender, and Religion in Early Modern England (Northwestern University Press 2014),  it is the inaugural volume in a new NU Press series – Rethinking the Early Modern – edited by Marcus Keller and Ellen McClure.

Jaime Goodrich, assistant professor of English, has published a new book


Titled Faithful Translators: Authorship, Gender, and Religion in Early Modern England (Northwestern University Press 2014), it is the inaugural volume in a new NU Press series – Rethinking the Early Modern – edited by Marcus Keller and Ellen McClure.

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