English Department

Kloefkorn Writers Series to feature Nebraska author

Timothy Schaffert will deliver the William C. Kloefkorn Nebraska Writers Series lecture at 6 p.m.

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Celebrating African American literature

On June 19, 1863, Union Army general Gordon Granger proclaimed freedom for enslaved people in Texas under President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation

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Holder Lecture to address the dynamics facing contemporary nonfiction writers

Douglas Hesse's presentation is entitled “The Creative Coordinates of Contemporary Nonfiction: Matters for Readers and Writers.” Hesse will explore how nonfiction writers draw on their memories and experiences in their work.

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International Studies Student Shares Literacy as Oppression Research at Future of Women Conference

Having been an exchange student in Brazil, the junior English and international studies major dreams of exploring other cultures and landscapes. And she isn’t waiting.

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Two NWU Students Win Prestigious Fulbright Scholarships

Alison Greenfield of Murray, Neb., and Sam Trofholz of Columbus, Neb., have been awarded the Fulbright Scholarship, the flagship international education exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.

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English Professor Named Exemplary Teacher

“Early in my years as an academic advisor, I began to see

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JET Program to Send English, Music Major to Japan

Following his graduation in May, Gregerson will move to Japan where he will spend a year helping primary school instructors teach English.

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Freeman-ASIA Award Sends Sophomore to Taiwan to Study Language, Culture

“The moment I walked into my first Chinese class, I knew that it was a language I wanted to stick with,” recalled Nebraska Wesleyan University sophomore Terri Seier.

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Professor to Discuss how Genocide Survivors Express Pain, Healing Through Art

Herndon will share her research and experiences during the Faculty Scholarship Presentation on Wednesday, January 24 at 6 p.m. The annual presentation highlights the scholarship of NWU faculty.

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English Professor Wins Inaugural Faculty Mentor Award

A Nebraska Wesleyan University English professor and Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities has been recognized by her peers for generously devoting time and energy to mentoring faculty.

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