Join us as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein this year. Our first event is an interdisciplinary symposium featuring three faculty members from West Liberty University. According to event organizer, Dr. Angela Rehbein, “The goal of this symposium is to celebrate the bicentenary of the novel, which was originally published on January 1, 1818, […]
English major Abby Reeves and Writing minor Natasha Muhametzyanova both participated in the WV Undergraduate English Symposium, hosted by Fairmont State University on March 3rd. While Dr. Angela Rehbein could not attend their presentations because she was judging presentations in a concurrent session, she reports that she heard complimentary things about both students who told […]
Literature The Humanities Department is offering ten literature courses next semester that fulfill students’ general studies requirements. While English 202 is typically aimed at students outside of our English program, all of the literature courses listed in the attached brochure fulfill their requirement. Literature Course Offerings Spring 2018 Philosophy and Religion We are also offering […]
The deadline for submitting papers for the West Virginia Undergraduate English Symposium has been extended. See the attached CFP for further details. Or, you may contact Dr. Angela Rehbein or Dr. Steve Criniti.
The Hughes Lecture Series is proud to present author Kelcey Parker. Parker is the author of Liliane’s Balcony (Rose Metal Press), a novella set at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Her story collection, For Sale by Owner (Kore Press), won the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award in Short Fiction and was a finalist for the […]