Kay Halasek leads a group of five Ohio State faculty in English, including Susan Delagrange, Scott DeWitt, Ben McCorkle, and Cynthia Selfe that was recently awarded a $50,000 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant for creating a Massive Open Online Course entitled “Writing II: Rhetorical
The English Advisors Ruth Friedman and Pablo Tanguay missed our students so much over Winter Break that they made a film to commemorate the aching loneliness of Denney Hall in late December -- and to welcome our Students and Faculty back for Spring Semester!
“Constructing James Castle” — the current exhibit at the Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, curated by Brenda Brueggemann, professor in English and disability studies— pays tribute to the talent and ingenuity of the self-taught deaf artist who incorporated materials s
Are you still looking for courses to take next semester? Consider the possibilities that the English Department is offering for Spring 2013! Places are still available in a number of exciting courses.
MFA graduate Donald Ray Pollock has been awarded the Grand Prix de Littérature Policière 2012 for the best international crime novel published this year, for his novel The Devil All the Time.
Professor Koritha Mitchell has been awarded the Society for the Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW) book award, which honors the best book published between November 2008 and November 2011, for Living with Lynching. Professor Mitchell commented about this honor: