Special topics courses are offered every semester by the Department of English. These variable content courses are upper-level courses available to graduate students and in some cases undergraduate students. Talk to your adviser about signing up for these courses. The following courses will be available Spring 2019. Course Special Topic Instructor Notes ENG … [Read more...] about Spring 2019 Course Offerings for Special Topics Courses
The editors of Moon City Review—the internationally distributed literary journal published by the Department of English at MSU—are accepting applications for undergraduate staff positions. Undergraduate English majors, in any field, may apply. Applicants must clarify whether they're wanting to read fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. These are volunteer positions, but students can … [Read more...] about Moon City Review Staff Positions Available for MSU Undergraduates Majoring in English
Halloween is just around the corner, which means it's time for the Missouri State Campus Haunted Tour! The tour runs Friday and Saturday night, Oct. 19 - 20, during Homecoming weekend. Come wind your way through campus as your guide relates legends and personal experiences told about haunted spaces on campus and meet some ghosts along the way. All narratives told have been … [Read more...] about Haunted Tour 2018 offers chills and stories
We are excited to announce that one of our own esteemed colleagues - Dr. Linda Trinh Moser - is the featured, cover story for the 2018 issue of Mind's Eye. This research publication will be distributed this week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=E6BoBaeBXY8 In her work, Linda researches culture, ethnicity and differing perspectives. She does this by … [Read more...] about Congratulations, Dr. Moser!
Is the Internet good for reading? Dr. Jonathan Newman of MSU's English Department thinks so. "We are all walking around with a vast, glorious library available to us at all times. It's kind of a golden age to be a reader!" … [Read more...] about The Great American Read: Dr. Jonathan Newman