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Katy Hargett-Hsu's “Internal Dissent” wins the Lynda Hull Memorial Poetry Prize!

Katy Hargett-Hsu's “Internal Dissent” wins the Lynda Hull Memorial Poetry Prize!

Read Thomas W. Howard's new essay, published in Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism

Read Thomas W. Howard's new essay, published in Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism

PhD candidate Ana Quiring published by Full Stop Magazine and The Los Angeles Review of Books

PhD candidate Ana Quiring published by Full Stop Magazine and The Los Angeles Review of Books

Why Sectoral Bargaining Matters for the Labor Movement

Why Sectoral Bargaining Matters for the Labor Movement

Discovering Anti-Muses in Chet’la Sebree’s “Field Study”

Discovering Anti-Muses in Chet’la Sebree’s “Field Study”

 When Grit Meets Soap: Mare of Easttown

When Grit Meets Soap: Mare of Easttown

Academic Affects: A Conversation on Guilty Pleasures

Academic Affects: A Conversation on Guilty Pleasures

Grace Lillard wins first annual English Department Graduate Student Teaching Award, Tom Sawyer Honorable Mention

Grace Lillard wins first annual English Department Graduate Student Teaching Award, Tom Sawyer Honorable Mention

Two graduate students receive Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Two graduate students receive Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Anna Preus and Deborah Thurman awarded the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence from the Graduate School

Anna Preus and Deborah Thurman awarded the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence from the Graduate School

WashU's English Ph.D. Program Rises Five Places in National Rankings

WashU's English Ph.D. Program Rises Five Places in National Rankings

What’s Dark about Dark Academia

What’s Dark about Dark Academia

"Chicken Souvlaki, 1965" by Sara Brenes Akerman

"Chicken Souvlaki, 1965" by Sara Brenes Akerman

Noah Bogdonoff publishes short story in Strange Horizons

Noah Bogdonoff publishes short story in Strange Horizons

Bringing digital methodologies into the humanities classroom

Bringing digital methodologies into the humanities classroom

PhD student Kelly Caldwell publishes two stories

PhD student Kelly Caldwell publishes two stories

Melanie Walsh Awarded 2018-2019 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence

Melanie Walsh Awarded 2018-2019 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence

PhD student Samantha Pergadia publishes article

PhD student Samantha Pergadia publishes article

PhD student Stephen Reaugh publishes article

PhD student Stephen Reaugh publishes article

PhD student Esei Murakishi's essay "Thomas More’s Account of Natural Language and the Literariness of His Polemics" appears in the current issue of MLQ

PhD student Esei Murakishi's essay "Thomas More’s Account of Natural Language and the Literariness of His Polemics" appears in the current issue of MLQ

PhD student Melanie Walsh's essay "Tweets of a Native Son: The Quotation and Recirculation of James Baldwin from Black Power to #BlackLivesMatter" published in American Quarterly

PhD student Melanie Walsh's essay "Tweets of a Native Son: The Quotation and Recirculation of James Baldwin from Black Power to #BlackLivesMatter" published in American Quarterly

Clone of PhD student Michael Sanders's review of George Saunders's "Lincoln in the Bardo" published by Kenyon Review Online

Clone of PhD student Michael Sanders's review of George Saunders's "Lincoln in the Bardo" published by Kenyon Review Online

Heidi Pennington's (PhD 2013) book "Creating Identity in the Victorian Fictional Autobiography" to be published in April

Heidi Pennington's (PhD 2013) book "Creating Identity in the Victorian Fictional Autobiography" to be published in April

Professor Vivian Pollak and PhD students Timothy DeCelle and Alexandra Swanson featured on Muriel Rukeyser: A Living Archive

Professor Vivian Pollak and PhD students Timothy DeCelle and Alexandra Swanson featured on Muriel Rukeyser: A Living Archive

English Awards: Deadline March 17!

English Awards: Deadline March 17!