“These women weren’t going to Italy to consume good food, wine or clothing. They were much more than tourists,” said Dr. Etta Madden.
The Ozarks Writing Project is about working with teachers in all disciplines, kindergarten through university, to improve writing skills and to empower teachers to share their expertise.
Dr. Keri Franklin leads the newly formed Center for Writing in College, Career and Community at Missouri State. The organization houses the Ozarks Writing Project and College-Ready Writers Program. Dr. Franklin and her team is dedicating to improving writing instruction across the
The departments of English and modern and classical languages will host a presentation by noted international linguist Piotr Romanowski at 4 p.m. on Dec. 8 in Plaster Student Union (Room 400). The presentation is titled “Language Education in Europe: A
Michael Czyzniejewski recently wrote “I Will Love You For the Rest of My Life: Breakup Stories,” and he is the guest on Missouri State Journal
Missouri State’s first Undergraduate Literary Conference, to be held this weekend in Plaster Student Union, will feature 16 undergraduates and a keynote address. Student presentations Students will present on topics ranging from Marxism in “Harry Potter,” gender issues in Hemingway,
Students in the Honors College at Missouri State University have published the seventh volume of “LOGOS,” which features eight works by Missouri State students.
Wooden and Gillam discuss their book, “Pixar’s Boy Stories: Masculinity in aPostmodern Age.”
Raising the profile of forgotten female authors is a passion for Dr. Etta Madden, professor of English at Missouri State University. Her research on one such author — Anne Hampton Brewster — was recognized with two prestigious research fellowships.