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Check For Updated Course Listings Under Winter 2023:

A few edits to course listings and descriptions were made due to my own oversight. Make sure to look into the newly listed courses in Comparative Literature:


ENG 389/ Russian Short Story/ In Person/ Liza Ginzburg
The study of a representative selection of Russian short fiction
concentrating on the great 19th-century masters such as Pushkin,
Gogol, Turgenev, Tolstoy, Chekhov, Gorky, and Korolenko.
M/W
4:20-5:50

&


ENG 389/ Japanese Women’s Literary Masterpieces/ In Person/ Heather Bowen-Struyk
The course begins over 1000 years ago with masterpieces of world
literature including The Tale of Genii and classical poetry, traverses
through the modern period of New Women Bluestocking and arrive
in the 21st century to reflect on the richness of Japanese women’s
writings across time and space. * No prior knowledge of Japanese
language, history or culture necessary.
M/W
2:40-4:10


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The Return of DePaul University Day at the Art Institute!

After a long, unavoidable hiatus, DePaul University Day at the Art Institute of Chicago is back! Join DePaul students, faculty, staff and retirees on Friday, September 30, 2022, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.! Enjoy gallery talks by faculty and museum staff and music by DePaul alum, Hunter Diamond, at one of the world’s best museums and let DePaul foot the bill ~ admission is free!

Check out the schedule of gallery talks

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Thinking About Heading West? Check Out University of Wyoming’s MA English Program

The folks at UW’s MA program in English have this to say:

  • Generous funding package for all accepted students, including a stipend of $12,000+ per academic year, with opportunities to earn up to an additional $3000 through summer teaching.
  • PhD and job placement in top programs (including Emory, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Stanford) and in private-/public-sector positions (3M, Library of Congress).
  • Joint-degree options and interdisciplinary coursework in other departments, including Gender and Women Studies, Environment and Natural Resources, African-American and Diaspora Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, and Latina/o Studies.
  • Up to two years of classroom teaching experience and training in composition pedagogy.
  • Nationally renowned mentorship in teaching preparation and a manageable teaching load (1 course per semester) for first-time teachers.
  • Generous support for students writing theses, including a thesis-completion course and up to $1000 per year in research and travel funding.
  • Outdoor activities in Laramie, which was recently ranked as the best small college town (http://www.collegevaluesonline.com/features/best-small-college-towns-in-america/).

UW is a fully-funded program: all admitted students receive stipends and tuition waivers for two years. Graduate students in the Department of English at UW have the opportunity to study and research in all areas of English and cultural studies, from poetry and film to popular culture and rhetorical theory. We offer concentrations in literature and in rhetoric and composition, together with a career-focused Public-Facing Thesis Portfolio capstone option. Our faculty have particular expertise in the medieval, early modern, and contemporary periods; in adaptation and cultural transmission; in empire and enslavement; and in interdisciplinary and eco-critical approaches. We take pride in our flexible curriculum and diverse teaching opportunities that give students the competencies to pursue both academic paths and careers in government, non-profits, and education.

For more information about the MA in English at UW and the application procedure, please see: http://www.uwyo.edu/englishma. The deadline to apply is February 1, 2023.

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See Professor Kathleen Rooney Read From Her New Collection, Where Are the Snows, at Sunday Salon Chicago

WHEN: September 25, 2022 @7:00 pm (arrive @6:30 pm)
WHERE: The Reveler, Roscoe Village (back room, to the right)
3403 N. Damen Ave., Chicago IL 60618

This is the first in-person event held by Sunday Salon Chicago since the reading series went to Zoom due to Covid related constraints. Other featured authors include Meg Tuite (Poetry), Tina Jenkins Bell (Fiction), Lynn Sloan (Fiction) & Larry O. Dean (Poetry).

Featuring: Book giveaways, music and pizza with Roscoe Books selling titles by the authors on site!

Learn more at: Sunday Salon Chicago

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Interested in Applying for the Fulbright?

With the national deadline to apply, October 11, coming up, now is the perfect time to start your application! The Fulbright Scholarship allows students to travel abroad teaching English, or conducting research and study. All graduating seniors, graduate students, and alumni are eligible to apply. Interested?

Rachel Scott will be holding an information session on the Fulbright this Thursday 15 September at 3:00pm via Zoom.  She will provide an overview of the Fulbright before focusing on “undersubscribed” awards, which are good options for students who are beginning their applications now.  Interested students can RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fulbright-information-session-tickets-416956296507.

You can reach out to Rachel for more information, or to volunteer on the Fulbright Campus Committee by shooting her an email at: rachel.scott@depaul.edu.

You can also find more information regarding the scholarship at https://us.fulbrightonline.org