Fiction Writer Joseph Bates to Read at NMU

Joseph Bates, author of Tomorrowland: Stories (Curbside Splendor 2013) and The Nighttime Novelist (Writer's Digest 2010), will read from his story collection on Thursday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., in Pioneer B at the University Center.

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News and Information

Deadline for submissions has been extended to  March 31, 2014

Fall 2014 - EN 385 Course to travel to Stratford Shakespeare Festival in August
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English Professor David Wood recently gave the keynote address for the "Early Modern Colloquium" at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.  

 

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English Professor Kia Richmond Receives
2013 NMU Excellence in Teaching Award

English Professor Lisa Eckert named
NMU Teaching and Learning Advisory Council (TLAC) 
2013 Grant recipient

Professor Rob Whalen  - Congratulations on Choice
Magazine listing of The Digital Temple as one of its
2013 Outstanding Academic Titles

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Special Topics Courses

Summer 2014

EN 125(an alternative) Intro to Film 
1st Session:  May 19 - June 28)
Instructor:  Nathaniel Greenberg

EN 311Z: Non-Western World Literature: Apartheid and Post-Apartheid South African Literature (2nd Session:  June 30 - August 9)
Instructor:  Jaspal Singh

Fall 2014

EN 385: Stratford Festival
Instructor:  David Wood

EN 495/595:  Book Reviewing
Instructor:  Matt Bell

 

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Liberal Studies Requirements
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