Michael Walonen of the English Department Presents a Paper

On October 12, Dr. Michael Walonen, a professor in the English department, presented a paper on commodity fetishism, social class and ethnic identity in the work of Latina authors Helena Maria Viramontes and Sandra Cisneros at the annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

Students Enjoy Richard III

Last week, James Armstrong, English department adjunct professor, took a group of students to see Richard III at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. Pictured here and in the featured photo are Randy Veloz-Vicioso ’19, Edwin Martinez, Jesus Zapata ’20, Justine Curtis ’19, Odalys Castro ’20, Daria Serpe ’20, Britany Maragh ’19, Ariane Dela Pena […]

Invited Scholar, Dr. Luhr, attends Le Giornate del Cinema Muto

William Luhr, Ph.D., professor of English was an Invited Scholar at Le Giornate del Cinema Muto in Pordenone, Italy. It is a festival of silent cinema and Dr. Luhr is pictured in front of a poster of one of the featured films The Thief of Bagdad starring Douglas Fairbanks.

The English Department and Center for Leadership, Engagement and Wellness Invite You to a Shakespeare Outing

The English Department and Center for Leadership, Engagement and Wellness are sponsoring two outings to The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey at Drew University, to see Shakespeare’s diabolical play Richard III on the evenings of Wednesday, October 12 and Friday, October 28. All members of the university community are welcome; student tickets are $20. If […]