College of Charleston Department of English

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Check out this timely blog post about MLA's "Medicine, Narrative, Pandemic, and Power," by Anna Lonon!
How are online classes going for everyone? I’m a college student as well, so I get how hectic it can be, but the semester is finally winding down and with my spare time (which is a lot) I’ve been finding new things to do. I actually found a streaming platform called Film Festival Flix and it’s been keeping me entertained during quarantine! This site has sooo many films from international to dramas to science documentaries and so on. It has much more unique and fresh content compared to the other streaming platforms I used in the past. I just watched Boy, directed by the famous Taika Waititi and it was incredible! So, if you’re looking for something new you should definitely check out Film Festival Flix! Let me know which films you like best!
Congratulations on a successful 250 years! It’s so impressive and inspiring to see young writers expressing themselves in personal, unique ways! Are any of you interested in screenwriting? Screenwriting is such a cool way of telling a story because you can really make it come to life! I recently watched a sci-fi thriller called ‘Empathy, Inc.’ that's screenwriting blew me away. The film follows Joel, a failed venture capitalist, as he discovers a titular tech company that could be his golden ticket to a better life. The new VR allows clients to swap bodies with the less fortunate in order to enhance their own lifestyles. Screenwriter Mark Leidner II uses foreshadowing and symbolism to convince the audience of the complex and interesting body-switching concept. The complexity of the concept was mind-blowing and captivating. If screenwriting is something that interests you, I highly suggest streaming this film on Amazon!
Wonderful, pithy, beautiful short podcasts delivered daily in which our US Poet Laureate contextualizes and reads poems. 5 minutes each. What have you got to lose?
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Hello College of Charleston!
We at The Oakland Arts Review (OAR) are excited to announce our magazine is accepting undergraduate submissions for its 2019 edition!

OAR happily considers submissions containing poetry, fiction, creative/nonfiction, photography, and visual art!
We require students to be undergraduates at the time they submit, and that all submissions are sent prior to our deadline on December 1st.

We can't wait to showcase the talent of College of Charleston students in our upcoming issue!
Charleston Weddings magazine is looking for an editorial intern for the fall! Do you love writing, editing, and social media? Apply here

Hey English advocates and enthusiasts! I think you guys would absolutely love the plot of director Phil Allocco extraordinary independent comedy The Truth About Lies. Depicting an unconventional love story between a man and his boss's wife, the film is funny, genuine and full of lies. I highly recommend watching on VOD, enjoy! http://geni.us/TTAL

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The Department of English's main office is on the 2nd floor of 5 College Way. Because we teach the arts of rhetoric, English faculty have a special obligation to defend and promote the open exchange of ideas, and to expose and resist deliberate misrepresentations of the past.

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Hearts of Stone 07/02/2021

Hearts of Stone

Check out the feature on rising English senior Rachel Greene Phillips essay in The College Today. She originally wrote "Hearts of Stone" for Dr. Bonnie Devet’s English 305 Advanced Composition class.

https://today.cofc.edu/2021/06/28/rachael-greene-phillips-hearts-of-stone/

Hearts of Stone By Rachel Greene Phillips Waves crashing against the walls of the Battery. The spray slides up the wall and mists my face. As I turn the corner away from Waterfront Park and toward Rainbow Row, my eyes meet with those of William Moultrie. The statue stands tall, despite hurricane winds and sea spray...

Living With a Liar 07/01/2021

Living With a Liar

Check out the feature on recent English grad Alice Ohlandt ’21 essay about dyslexia in The College Today. She originally wrote "Living With a Liar" for Dr. Bonnie Devet’s English 305 Advanced Composition class.

https://today.cofc.edu/2021/06/28/dyslexia-alice-ohlandt/

Living With a Liar By Alice Ohlandt '21 “Commas ate the useful punctuation.” Does this sentence make sense? Sure. Is it logical? Nope. Living with dyslexia is a process of second-guessing everything I read, interrogating sentences with the fervor of the Spanish Inquisition, doubting things that make sense, and pra...

06/30/2021
06/30/2021
Veteran Play by Faculty Member 06/29/2021

Veteran Play by Faculty Member

Check out The College Today's article on English Adjunct Prof. Michael Owens. We look forward to watching his oral-history documentary about African American World War II veterans.

https://today.cofc.edu/2021/06/28/michael-owens-black-wwii-veterans/

And if you haven't yet watched the acclaimed documentary Owens directed, "If These Walls Could Talk", we encourage you to do so!

https://vimeo.com/511619775

Veteran Play by Faculty Member Rollins Edwards wasn’t inviting Michael Owens ’12 (M.A.) to eat when he asked, “Have you had lunch yet?” The World War II veteran simply didn’t want Owens’ stomach to turn when he showed him disturbing photos of himself after the U.S. government used him (and other minority soldiers) for...

Governor's Awards 06/28/2021

Governor's Awards

Congratulations to our esteemed colleague Prof. Simon Lewis, recipient of a Governor’s Award in the Humanities!

https://schumanities.org/annualevents/govawards/

Governor's Awards South Carolina Humanities annually presents the Governor's Awards in the Humanities Luncheon & Award Ceremony to recognize outstanding achievement and

CofC Announces 2021 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipients 06/22/2021

CofC Announces 2021 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipients

We are extremely proud of our colleagues.

https://today.cofc.edu/2021/06/15/cofc-announces-2021-distinguished-faculty-award-recipients-fs/

CofC Announces 2021 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipients Every spring the Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs recognizes six outstanding faculty members who demonstrate excellence in various areas of advising, teaching and research through a series of awards. And, although the College was unable to honor these faculty in person at the annual Celebr...

CofC English Professor Named a 2021 Career Enhancement Fellow 06/04/2021

CofC English Professor Named a 2021 Career Enhancement Fellow

A very big congratulations to our very own Prof. Lisa Young named a 2021 Career Enhancement Fellow!

The College is proud of Lisa's achievement and thrilled to support this opportunity! We'll miss her here in the English department next year, and we're excited to see what this fellowship will enable.

Check out the College Today's article!

https://today.cofc.edu/2021/06/03/cofc-english-professor-named-a-2021-career-enhancement-fellow-fs/

CofC English Professor Named a 2021 Career Enhancement Fellow The Institute for Citizens & Scholars has named College of Charleston Assistant Professor of English Lisa Young as a new Career Enhancement Fellow for the 2021–22 academic year. Lisa Young The Career Enhancement Fellowship, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and administered by Citizens

06/03/2021

While we were not able to gather in person to recognize the achievements of our colleagues, please join us in honoring them online via the 2021 Celebration of Faculty Virtual Program.

https://academicaffairs.cofc.edu/awards/celebration-of-faculty/index.php

While we were not able to gather in person to recognize the achievements of our colleagues, please join us in honoring them online via the 2021 Celebration of Faculty Virtual Program.

https://academicaffairs.cofc.edu/awards/celebration-of-faculty/index.php

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 06/03/2021

A very big congratulations to our very own Prof. Tim Carens on receiving this year’s CofC’s Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Award!

"Tim has dedicated himself, across more than 2 decades at CofC, to the development of students’ scholarship through his study-abroad direction and, especially, his individualized development of student-scholars In addition to promoting undergraduate research across campus, Tim has directed 7 SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty) projects, half of those involving students' archival work in the UK at the British Library, Tim exemplifies the teacher-scholar model through his active and generous enrichment of many students’ intellectual lives.”

Our department is so proud of our award winners. Swipe to see our three other distinguished award winners Emily, Jacob, and Tony!

William V. Moore Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Award, Timothy L. Carens

Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award, Emily C. Lee

Distinguished Advising Award, Jacob W. Craig

Distinguished Research Award, Anthony E. Varallo

Timeline Photos 06/02/2021

What a great start to celebrating Pride Month! Yesterday T Kira Madden was awarded the Lambda Literary Markowitz Award! We are so proud of T Kira and look forward to having her join the department in the fall!

The Judith A. Markowitz Award for Emerging LGBTQ Writers recognizes LGBTQ-identified writers whose work demonstrates their strong potential for promising careers.

What a great start to celebrating Pride Month! Yesterday T Kira Madden was awarded the Lambda Literary Markowitz Award! We are so proud of T Kira and look forward to having her join the department in the fall!

The Judith A. Markowitz Award for Emerging LGBTQ Writers recognizes LGBTQ-identified writers whose work demonstrates their strong potential for promising careers.

Engaging With Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month: A Reading List 05/26/2021

Engaging With Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month: A Reading List

Check out this helpful list of reading recommendations for AAPI Heritage month—which includes the award-winning memoir by our newest faculty member, T Kira Madden! @tkiramadden
https://www.npr.org/2021/05/14/996566038/engaging-with-asian-american-pacific-islander-heritage-month-a-reading-list

Engaging With Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month: A Reading List Over the past year, stories surrounding Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have been full of violence and grief — here are some reading recommendations that'll take you beyond just suffering.

Alumna Aims to Make Higher Education More Accessible 05/26/2021

Alumna Aims to Make Higher Education More Accessible

CofC English alum Michelle Asha Cooper ('95) on the Charleston roots of her current leadership position in the Dept of Education and her many years serving as president and CEO of a DC-based education nonprofit. https://today.cofc.edu/2021/05/25/michelle-asha-cooper-aims-to-make-higher-education-more-accessible/

Alumna Aims to Make Higher Education More Accessible Fostering positive change in the world is a goal shared by many graduates of the College of Charleston. And a number of them are doing just that in small yet significant ways. Michelle Asha Cooper ’95, however, doesn't want small changes. Her goals are beyond big. They're beyond ambitious. If she ...

Photos from School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the College of Charleston's post 05/21/2021

Photos from School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the College of Charleston's post

Timeline Photos 05/20/2021

Welcome T Kira Madden to the English Department at CofC! We are thrilled to announce that T Kira will be joining us as Assistant Professor in August!

Welcome T Kira Madden to the English Department at CofC! We are thrilled to announce that T Kira will be joining us as Assistant Professor in August!

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 05/07/2021

Congratulations to Reagan Reynolds, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Reagan's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

TODAY is the day! Congrats grads! Please join English Department professors as we celebrate our graduating seniors. Swing by after graduation for refreshments and well wishes!

TODAY is the day! Congrats grads! Please join English Department professors as we celebrate our graduating seniors. Swing by after graduation for refreshments and well wishes!

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 05/06/2021

Congratulations to Erin Niland, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Erin's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 05/05/2021

Congratulations to Michael Lucero, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Michael's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 05/04/2021

Congratulations to Olivia Hamilton, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Olivia's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

05/03/2021

Join English Department professors as we celebrate our graduating seniors. Swing by after graduation for refreshments and well wishes!

Join English Department professors as we celebrate our graduating seniors. Swing by after graduation for refreshments and well wishes!

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 05/03/2021

Congratulations to Madison Gepper, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Madison's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 04/30/2021

Congratulations to Tony Ferrese, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Tony's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 04/29/2021

Congratulations to Erica Appleton, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Erica's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 04/28/2021

Congratulations to Celeste Alimonti, Outstanding Student in English!

Swipe to read Celeste's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 04/27/2021

Congratulations to Audrey Robinovitz, HSS Scholar in English!

Swipe to read Audrey's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

04/27/2021

FALL 21 COURSE ALERT: ENGL 190: Creativity & the Writing Process MW 2-3:15 - Varallo

What does it take to be a writer? What does it take to publish? Sign up today and learn from a team of nationally-renowned visiting writers and lecturers!

This course will explore the creative writing process, including idea generation, creation and development of drafts, the workshop method, and basic editing and publishing skills. The course will introduce students to multiple genres (short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) by way of readings and writing assignments.

FALL 21 COURSE ALERT: ENGL 190: Creativity & the Writing Process MW 2-3:15 - Varallo

What does it take to be a writer? What does it take to publish? Sign up today and learn from a team of nationally-renowned visiting writers and lecturers!

This course will explore the creative writing process, including idea generation, creation and development of drafts, the workshop method, and basic editing and publishing skills. The course will introduce students to multiple genres (short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) by way of readings and writing assignments.

Photos from College of Charleston Department of English's post 04/26/2021

Congratulations to Ashton Mullinax, HSS Scholar in English!

Swipe to read Ashton's reflections on their time as an English major at CofC and to learn about their plans for the future.

04/26/2021

🌊Meet the Major Monday🌊 Sarah Bagheri is an English and secondary education major with a creative writing minor. She is involved with Her Campus CofC and has enjoyed her poetry writing course ENGL 220! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

🌊Meet the Major Monday🌊 Sarah Bagheri is an English and secondary education major with a creative writing minor. She is involved with Her Campus CofC and has enjoyed her poetry writing course ENGL 220! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

04/26/2021

🔲Meet the Major Monday🔳 Katie Fleischman is an English major with an LF concentration and a minor in film studies. Her favorite course is currently ENGL 351 with Dr. Glenn. Katie left high school at 16 and got her associate’s degree before transferring to the College of Charleston. She loves cult films and talking about her cat, Isabelle! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

🔲Meet the Major Monday🔳 Katie Fleischman is an English major with an LF concentration and a minor in film studies. Her favorite course is currently ENGL 351 with Dr. Glenn. Katie left high school at 16 and got her associate’s degree before transferring to the College of Charleston. She loves cult films and talking about her cat, Isabelle! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

04/21/2021

TODAY📚 Check out student work on the English day website. Comment on a project for a chance to win a copy of Stephen King’s book On Writing! Link: https://englishday.unwrite.org/ #englishcofc #englishday

TODAY📚 Check out student work on the English day website. Comment on a project for a chance to win a copy of Stephen King’s book On Writing! Link: https://englishday.unwrite.org/ #englishcofc #englishday

04/19/2021

🔆Meet the Major Monday🔆 Andi Schacht is an English major with an LF concentration and a minor in theatre. Their favorite course so far has been ENGL 224 Fiction Writing with Professor Varallo! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

🔆Meet the Major Monday🔆 Andi Schacht is an English major with an LF concentration and a minor in theatre. Their favorite course so far has been ENGL 224 Fiction Writing with Professor Varallo! #englishcofc #meetthemajormonday

Timeline Photos 04/16/2021

The English department has two annual awards ($500 each) that are currently available! Apply today! Applications are due Friday, April 30th. Please visit https://english.cofc.edu/student-opps/scholarships.php for more information.

The English department has two annual awards ($500 each) that are currently available! Apply today! Applications are due Friday, April 30th. Please visit https://english.cofc.edu/student-opps/scholarships.php for more information.

04/16/2021

Not majoring in English but still interested in the field? Feel free to check out our course offerings. Morgan Agolli is a hospitality and tourism management major involved with Her Campus CofC. She loves fiction writing and would love to publish books in the future. ENGL 403 with Professor Varallo helped her explore her interests and improve her writing. #englishcofc

Not majoring in English but still interested in the field? Feel free to check out our course offerings. Morgan Agolli is a hospitality and tourism management major involved with Her Campus CofC. She loves fiction writing and would love to publish books in the future. ENGL 403 with Professor Varallo helped her explore her interests and improve her writing. #englishcofc

04/15/2021

📚Save the date! English Day is coming up Wednesday 04/21. Browse projects and comment to enter a raffle for King’s On Writing. Join us at the link: https://englishday.unwrite.org/
#englishcofc #englishday

📚Save the date! English Day is coming up Wednesday 04/21. Browse projects and comment to enter a raffle for King’s On Writing. Join us at the link: https://englishday.unwrite.org/
#englishcofc #englishday

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Congratulations to all of our 2020 EDEN Grads as they finally cross the cistern today! We are so proud of you!🌹 #english...
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