Join the TCU Department of English in celebrating the 2019 Creative Writing Awards with reading and refreshments. All are welcome!
Join TCU’s English Department, Women and Gender Studies, and Film, Television and Digital Media for a two-day event with Screenwriter & Playwright Dorothy Fortenberry. March 26 Screening + Q&A 5:30 PM BLUU Auditorium March 27 Live Oak Reading 7:00 PM Moudy N 141 Dorothy Fortenberry is a screenwriter for the critically-acclaimed, Emmy, Golden Globe and… Read more »
Join the English Department on February 26 at 4:00 PM in Palko 130 for a talk featuring Lucinda Damon-Bach, a Professor of English at Salem State University. Admission is free, and all are welcome!
The Department of English presents: Plantation Afterlives: Reflections on TCU’s Atlantic Slave Trade Experience a reflection panel featuring students who hope to keep the conversation going and reflect on the cultural experience of touring the Evergreen and Whitney Plantations, the Lower 9th Ward community revitalization project, and Angola Prison during their trip to New Orleans. … Read more »
Join the English Department on February 8 at 12:00 PM (BASS 1001) and 2:00 PM (BASS 1010) for two events featuring Megan Ward. Admission is free, and all are welcome! Sponsored by funding from CDEX and the English Department, Oregon State University Megan Ward, Associate Professor of English and Co-director of the NEH-funded digital project Livingstone Online,… Read more »
Join us for the final Live Oak Reading of the fall semester featuring Amy Benson. Amy Benson is the author of two books: Seven Years to Zero, winner of the Dzanc Books Nonfiction Prize, and The Sparkling-Eyed Boy (Houghton Mifflin 2004), winner of the Katherine Bakeless Nason Prize in Creative Nonfiction, sponsored by Bread Loaf Writers… Read more »