New Collection Edited by Elizabeth Miller

New Collection Edited by Elizabeth Miller

   July 16, 2019

Elizabeth Miller, along with fellow scholars Hayriye Kayi-Aydar (University of Arizona), Xuesong (Andy) Gao (University of New South Wales, Australia), Manka Varghese (University of Washington), and Gergana Vitanova (University of Central Florida) has edited Theorizing and Analyzing Language Teacher Agency (Multilingual Matters). This volume examines...

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Allison Hutchcraft - New Volume of Poetry

Allison Hutchcraft - New Volume of Poetry

   July 16, 2019

Congratulations to Allison Hutchcraft on her forthcoming poetry collection, Swale, which will be published in the prestigious series, "New Issues Poetry and Prose." Hutchcraft's collection was singled out as an important new work of importance and distinction.
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Cambridge Collection Edited by Pilar Blitvich

Cambridge Collection Edited by Pilar Blitvich

   June 17, 2019

From Speech Acts to Lay Understandings of Politeness: Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2019), co-edited by linguistics Professor, Pilar Blitvich and Eva Ogiermann (King's College, London) has just been published. The collection takes an up-to-date and truly global approach and encompasses a wide range of phenomena in politeness research,...

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Exhibit at Chapel Hill curated by Nadia Clifton

Exhibit at Chapel Hill curated by Nadia Clifton

   May 22, 2019
Congratulations to Nadia Clifton (BA 2015; MA 2017) who curated the exhibit "The Uses of Books" at UNC Chapel Hill's Wilson Special Collections Library. Nadia worked on the Charlotte Augusta Sophia collection in the Atkins Library, with Professors Melnikoff and Rauch, and earned top prize in the Charlotte Research Scholars program.

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Vigil

Vigil

   May 2, 2019
The entire UNC Charlotte community is saddened, shocked, and grieved by the assault on our students and our university. The English Department, along with the entire "Niner Nation," is committed to moving forward with sensitivity, forethought, and undiminished memory.

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