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    Faculty Publications These books have been recently published by faculty in TCNJ’s Department of English.

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    Faculty Publications These books have been recently published by faculty in TCNJ’s Department of English.

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    Faculty Publications These books have been recently published by faculty in TCNJ’s Department of English.

TCNJ English MA Graduate Symposium: Poetic Justice

TCNJ English MA Graduate Symposium: Poetic Justice

Call for Papers On Saturday, February 21, 2015, the TCNJ Graduate Program in English, in conjunction with the Office of the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Department of English, and the Women’s and Gender Studies Graduate Certificate program, will host the Department’s first English MA Graduate Symposium at The College in order to…

Upcoming Event: English MA Comprehensive Exam Info Session

Upcoming Event: English MA Comprehensive Exam Info Session

If you are planning on registering for the Comprehensive Exam in Spring or Summer 2015, please join us for an information session about the comprehensive exam in Bliss Hall Seminar Room 114 on October 22nd, 3:30-4:30PM. Please email Dr. Lisa Ortiz-Vilarelle, Coordinator of Graduate Studies in English, at ortiz@tcnj.edu by October 15th to RSVP!

Study Abroad for Graduate Credit!

Study Abroad for Graduate Credit!

This summer, two of our favorite study abroad programs return, revamped and sure to be an experience students will never forget! In ENGL 670: Literary Landscapes in Harlaxton & Transylvania, students will fly to Bucharest, Transylvania and spend 8 days following Dracula’s literary trail: stay in his magnificent castle on the Borgo Pass, visit ancient monasteries…

“Questions of Traveling and Teaching” – Featured Article by Nicole Magno (’13)

“Questions of Traveling and Teaching” – Featured Article by Nicole Magno (’13)

“Is it lack of imagination that makes us come to imagined places, not just stay at home? Or could Pascal have been not entirely right about just sitting quietly in one’s room?” We met in Dr. Robertson’s spring semester, Seminar in Poetry class—Elizabeth Bishop and me. My love for her poetry manifested through one of…

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Allison Greer and Her Bread Loaf Experience

What did you do this summer? If you ask Allison Greer how she spent her summer, she will tell you she spent it in intellectual bliss, devoting her summer to the prestigious Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College in Ripton, VT. As an English MA student, Allison was always searching for ways to…

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