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Tom Willard has research appointment in Toronto.

 

Tom Willard is the Visiting Fellow at the Northrop Frye Centre in the University of Toronto for the academic year 2015-2016, in residence at Victoria College during the...

Suresh Raval's two forthcoming essays.

Suresh Raval has two forthcoming essays, “The Politics of Form in Achebe's Arrow of God,” in Journal of Contemporary Thought, and “Criticism and Conflict,” in...

Dr. Joanna Hearne's essay wins the Western Literature Association's Don D. Walker prize for 2014.

Joanna Hearne (PhD 2004), Associate Professor of English at the University of Missouri, is directing the university’s new Digital Storytelling B.A. Her essay “‘This Is Our...

MFA Professor Julie Iroumuanya shortlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize

 MFA Professor Julie Iroumuanya has been shortlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction for her novel Mr. and Mrs. Doctor.

RCTE PhD student Irene Ramírez accepted for summer program in Barcelona, Spain

RCTE PhD student Irene Ramírez was accepted to a summer program in the 2016 Decolonizing Knowledge and Power Summer School program to be held in Barcelona, Spain. Irene will have the opportunity...

RCTE Professor Amy C. Kimme Hea

RCTE Professor Amy C. Kimme Hea (with RCTE Alum Dr. Rachael Wendler Shah) have published "Silent Partners: Developing a...

RCTE Student Angelia Giannone’s Paper Accepted for Conference

RCTE student Angelia Giannone’s paper, "Power and Freedom in Unfolding Video Game Maps: A Close Reading of Antichamber," has been accepted to Creighton University's conference "...

MFA student Thomas Dai's essay to be published in Guernica

MFA student Thomas Dai has an essay, "Take My Name and Say it Slow," that comes out in the new issue of Guernica.

 

RCTE faculty Susan Miller-Cochran and RCTE affiliate faculty Shelley Rodrigo’s co-authored textbook published

RCTE faculty Susan Miller-Cochran and RCTE affiliate faculty Shelley Rodrigo’s co-authored textbook, The Cengage Guide to Research, was just published in...

RCTE graduate student Ana Ribero wins Patrick Dissertation Fellowship

RCTE graduate student Ana Ribero was one of the two winners of the 2016 Patrick Dissertation Award.

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