Publications & Achievements
The English Department is pleased to announce the following recent faculty publications and achievements:
Dr. Ruth Forsythe received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award (2012-13).
Dr. James Armstrong's poem A Walk in the Snow has been nominated for a Pushcart prize by the online journal Terrain.org.
Dr. Andrew Higl recently published his book Playing the Canterbury Tales. In addition, Dr. Higl's work "The Wife of Bath Retold: From the Medieval to the Postmodern" was published in the text Inhabited by Stories: Critical Essays on Tales Retold (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012).
Dr. Elizabeth Oness' article “Dual Citizenship,” has been accepted for publication by Solo Novo, edited by Christopher Buckley.
Dr. Myles Weber's essay Raymond Carver's Comic Error is featured in Volume 33, No. 3 (2012) of New England Review.
Two poems by Dr. Elizabeth Oness, “Leverage” and “Faux Finish,” were published by Upstreet.
Dr. J. Paul Johnson & Dr. Ethan Krase published "Articulating Claims and Presenting Evidence: A Study of Twelve Student Writers, From First-Year Composition to Writing Across the Curriculum." Writing Across the Curriculum Journal 23 (November 2012): 31-48.
Dr. J. Paul Johnson & Dr. Ethan Krase published "Coming to Learn: From First-Year Composition to Writing in the Disciplines." Across the Disciplines 9.2. (November 2012). N.p.
"Lovejoy” a short story written by Dr. Elizabeth Oness was republished in Best Fiction.org.
Dr. Myles Weber's review of Stella Adler on America's Master Playwrights appears in the Winter 2012 issue of the Georgia Review.
Dr. Andrea Wood published “Boys’ Love Anime and Queer Desires in Convergence Culture: Transnational Fandom, Censorship, and Resistance,” Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. 4.1 (2013): 44-63.
Dr. J. Paul Johnson & Dr. Ethan Krase published “Affect, Experience, and Accomplishment: A Case Study of Two Writers, from First-Year Composition to Writing in the Disciplines” in Volume 27, Issue 2 (Fall 2012) of The Journal of Teaching Writing.
Dr. Ditlev Larsen published "Focus on Pre-service Preparation for ESL Writing Instruction: Secondary Teacher Perspectives" (pp. 119-132) in L2 Writing in Secondary Classrooms Eds. Luciana de Oliveira & Tony Silva, Routledge, 2013.
Dr. Elizabeth Oness' short story, “John Kerry Kills Babies to Pay for the War in Iraq” was published by A River and Sound Review.
Dr. Ditlev Larsen"You Who Are So Good With Words: Peeking into Dylan's Linguistic Toolbox" Montague Street 3.1 (2012): 101-113.
Dr. Ditlev Larsen was chosen as an invited speaker at the TESOL International Convention, Portland, OR, March 26-29, 2014 in a colloquium entitled "Shaping the Learning Experiences of L2 Writers Across K–16 Contexts"