Please visit Room 290 B foe the exhibit: "TOBE: The Story of Rural African American Children in North Carolina"
Dr. Benjamin Filene
North Carolina Museum of History
290B Fretwell (in the English Department)
Whose story gets told? Who gets to tell it? How do stories shape how we see...
The UNC Charlotte Shakespeare-in-Action Initiative
The Theatre Department & the English Department
We are delighted to welcome
Molly G. Yarn, Ph.D.
a scholar in book history, to give a talk entitled:
"We Have Lost Our Labour":
Recovering Women Editors of Shakespeare
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...
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.