ENG 105: Intro to Literature: Drama (CRN: 42388), William Fogarty. Gen Ed (A&L); Major II: Lower-Division Elective
Drama is a literary art. In this course, we will focus on the literary aspects of seven plays (more…)
If you are interested in participating in the ENG Research and Writing Internship, please submit your letter of interest to Dr. Upton (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, May 19 at 5:00pm.
Your letter of interest should include the following:
- Why you are interested?
- What you hope to gain from participation?
- What level of participation can you commit to during 2017-2018?
The English Department will be holding its 2017 commencement ceremony 12:30 P.M., Monday, June 19. Please fill out the form at http://english.uoregon.edu/2017-english-commencement by 11:59 P.M., May 18 to have your name included in the English Department Commencement Program.
This weekend (April 30-May 1), the History Channel will be airing a two-part special on the history of the superhero called Superheroes Decoded, featuring UO English Professor Dr. Ben Saunders, the founder of the Comics and Cartoon Studies minor. Professor Saunders will appear in both episodes. (more…)
Explore Ireland this summer and earn up to 14 UO credits on the Galway summer program directed by UO English professor Mark Quigley. English majors are eligible to apply for Tims Ellis scholarships of up to $1500 to support their participation on the program. (more…)
ENG 199 Special Studies: Digital Literature (Will become part of the new minor in Applied Digital Cultures), Professor Kaufman,
Major I & II: Lower-Division Elective (more…)
UO English and Folklore Professor Lisa Gilman’s new book, My Music, My War: Listening Habits of the U.S. Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, examines what soldiers listen to both during and after war. (more…)
Last spring, ENG 399: Life Stories brought together UO students and people with disabilities in the community to interview each other about their lives and craft a public theater performance on from these life stories. View the video of Life Stories: The Self-Made Musical here.
Lori A. Flores (SUNY Stony Brook) interviews Sarah Wald about her new book, The Nature of California: Race, Citizenship, and Framing since the Dust Bowl (University of Washington Press, 2016) for New Books in Latino Studies. You can listen to this interview online on the New Books Network. (more…)