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Faculty Speaker Series: Joseph Horst

Joseph Horst

Joseph Horst will be reading an excerpt from “Prometheus,” a short story he is currently working on for possible publication.

Please join us this week for the second Spring 2014 talk in our Faculty Speaker Series:

When: Thursday, February 20 at 3:30 p.m. 

Where: Bate 2024 

Come for what promises to be a good conversation. Refreshments will be provided during the presentation.


Downtown Dialogues on the Humanities

Wednesday, November 13th, 5:00-8:00 p.m. Please join us for the next Downtown Dialogues on the Humanities event! Gender Around the Globe One of our new colleagues, Erin Frost is speaking at the November 13 Downtown Dialogues on the Humanities. Come out to support this event!  

Featuring Presentations By:

Purificacion Martinez
Purificacion Martinez
Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
“Gendering the Monarchy: Kingship and Queenship in Castigos y Documentos del Rey don Sancho”


Erin Frost

Erin Frost

Assistant Professor, Department of English
“Exploding Monocultures of Gender: Perspectives on Health and Medical Rhetorics”


Mona Russell
Mona Russell_cropped
Associate Professor, Department of History
Egyptian Advertising and the Body Politic: 1922-1936”

This Event Will Be Held at the Greenville Museum of Art  Located on 802 South Evans Street Greenville, NC 27858 Phone: (252) 758-1946 Please RSVP by Friday, November 8 by going here: http://www.ecu.edu/downtown/forms/rsvpform.html


Department of English welcomes new faculty

The Department of English welcomes 9 new faculty members to the department for the 2013-2014 new school year:

Jessica Bardill (Indigenous Literatures)
Alyson Eggleston (Teaching Assistant Professor)
Erin Frost (Technical & Professional Communication)
Guiseppe Getto (Technical & Profession Communication)
Elizabeth Hoiem (Children’s and Victorian Literature)
Mark Johnson (Applied Linguistics)
Richard Nace (Teaching Instructor)
Christine Nicodemus (Teaching Instructor)
John Steen (Visiting Assistant Professor)