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Research Spotlight: Elissa Washuta

January 7, 2019
Elissa Washuta

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed. For this month, we asked Professor Elissa Washuta about her project, White Magic.

Research Spotlight: Jamison Kantor

January 7, 2019
Jamison Kantor

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed. For this month, we asked Professor Jamison Kantor about his project exploring automatic materiality.

Research Spotlight: Wendy Hesford

November 26, 2018
Wendy Hesford

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed.

Research Spotlight: Lee Martin

November 26, 2018
Lee Martin

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed. For this month, we asked Professor Lee Martin about his new novel, The Glassmaker’s Wife.

Research Spotlight: Clare Simmons

October 26, 2018
Clare Simmons

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed. For this month, we asked Professor Clare Simmons about her latest project, a book about medievalist celebration in nineteenth-century Britain.

Research Spotlight: Doug Sutton-Ramspeck

October 26, 2018
Doug Sutton-Rampseck

Each month, the Communications Team reaches out to members of the Department of English faculty and asks them to elaborate on a current research or creative project they are working on or have recently completed. For this month, we asked Professor Doug Sutton-Ramspeck about his new book, Black Flowers

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