The journal Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference has moved to the English Department's website. Two of our graduate students, Marlia Fontaine-Weisse and Kenny Cruse, have completed a total redesign of the journal, now available at http://blogs.uakron.edu/ovsc/
Volume IV is now available, both online and through print on demand.
Take summer classes!
Summer Intersession (May 18-June 7)
3300:362-401 World Literatures MTWThF 10:45-1:15
3300:389-401 Comics in America MTWThF 1:30-4:00
Summer I (June 8-July 12)
3300:281-401 Fiction Appreciation MTWThF 8:00-9:30
3300:300-401 Critical Reading and Writing online
3300:350-401 Black American Literature MTWThF 2:15-3:45
3300:489-401 20th Century Irish Drama MTWThF 12:00-1:30
3300:489-402 Politics in American Literature MTWThF 9:45-11:15
Summer II (July 13-August 16)
3300:301-401 English Literature I MTWThF 9:45-11:15
3300:341-401 American Literature I MTWThF 12:00-1:30
3300:489-403 Fitzgerald & Hemingway MTWThF 2:15-3:45
3300:489-482 Jane Austen MTTh 5:30-8:00 PM
Questions about registration? Call the Administrative Assistant, 330-972-7230 or email her firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rubbertop Review Issue #6 is now available!
The brand new edition of Rubbertop Review, the University of Akron's graduate student-run national literary journal, has just arrived! Big high fives to Editor-in-Chief Jake Euteneuer and his dedicated staff on seeing Issue #6 through to the end. Come to the English Department on the 3rd floor of Olin Hall and get your own FREE copy while supplies last!
Rubbertop Review is open for submissions for its next issue. Submit your work now!
English Department Headlines
NEA taps UA faculty poet for prestigious fellowship
Dr. Mary Biddinger, who is the author of four published collections of poetry, is the recipient of the highly competitive award.
Professor takes the hard way with writing his latest book
UA professor and author David Giffels discusses Akron, his students and his new book of essays about the Rust Belt.
Former adventurer and cop begins new chapter as novelist
His first book published by HarperCollins, alumnus Thomas Koloniar credits English professor Robert Pope for his success as a novelist.
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