Professors Wendy S. Hesford, Amy Shuman, and Jennifer Suchland are taking a group of Ohio State students to New York City from June 12 to June 16, 2017.
The English Department is proud to recognize Lina Ferreira on being one of six writers to receive a 2016 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award for her creative nonfiction work. Lina will receive $30,000 for the award, which will be presented to her on September 15th in New York City.
The North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) awarded its 2015 Best Book of the Year prize to Robyn Warhol, Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English, co-author with Helena Michie, professor, English, Rice University, of Love Among the Archives: Writing the Lives of Sir George Scharf, Victorian Bachelor. Warhol will be honored with a special session devoted to the book at NAVSA’s annual conference in November.
Professor James Phelan appeared in the New York Times on Tuesday, June 21st in a story where he compares basketball star LeBron James' career to a bildungsroman—otherwise known as a coming-of-age story.
Ruth Friedman and Pablo Tanguay are the unanimous recipients of this year’s Arts and Sciences Recruitment and Diversity Services Breitenberger Award given for their recruiting efforts on behalf not only of t
Jenny Patton, senior lecturer in the English department, worked with many a successful student in her first- and second-year writing courses. But that success came at a cost. “Many were dealing with overloaded course schedules, work responsibilities, student loan debt worries, unemployed or sick parents, and uncertainty about the future. Several students missed classes; the overachievers came with hacking coughs,” Patton said of her overworked students. “While I referred students to the counseling center and other OSU resources, I felt there was more I could do.”