Free Event. Tuesday, May 6, 4-5:30 p.m. St. Clare Room 3rd Floor Learning Commons.
Professor Dreher's Course "Vocation: Your Personal Renaissance" was recognized on William Sullivan's article.
Our 2014 English students' work was recognized on the de Saisset exhibit at Santa Clara University. Read More »
Michelle Burnham has been awarded the Richard Beale Davis prize. Read More »
Congratulations to the winner of the first annual Multimodal prize Alexander Nouaux. Read More »
English students work recognized on the de Saisset exhibit at Santa Clara University. Read more »
A new book by Ron Hansen (English), "She Loves Me Not: New and Selected Stories," was the subject of numerous glowing reviews.
A new book by Ron Hansen (English), "She Loves Me Not: New and Selected Stories," was the subject of numerous glowing reviews, including an extensive one in the New York Times, which called him "one of our most honored and prolific authors, living proof of how imagination can step free of every literal habitation." His book was also reviewed favorably in Kirkus Reviews and Goodreads.com. The book as well as one of the stories, Crazy, was also reviewed in Publisher's Weekly.
Professor Chang's latest book has been published by the University of Minnesota Press: Read More »
Qian (Quincy) Wang is our visiting scholar from China for the Fall Quarter of 2012.
Qian (Quincy) Wang, Associate Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages at China Agricultural University (CAU), will be a Visiting Scholar in the English Department in Fall 2012. CAU is in Beijing, People's Republic of China: http://www.cau.edu.cn/cie/en/aboutus/index.htm. Qian has taught English and Chinese at CAU for 15 years since her graduation from Capital Normal University with a B.A in English Education in and an M.A in English Language and Literature from Renmin University, both in China. Under the Program of Faculty Training Program of 2012, Qian will serve as a visiting scholar and be involved in the academic atmosphere at Santa Clara University as she conducts comparative research between writing instruction at Santa Clara and at her own institution. We are excited at the opportunities for cultural exchange that her appointment will enable as well.