English 411 Class Discussion Inspires Panel on Human Trafficking

English 411 Inspires Human Trafficking Talk

Inspired by the class discussion and research done at McClung Museum for the novel Oroonoko (1688), the students in Dr. Misty Anderson’s English 411 (Literature of the Restoration and Early 18th- Century: Dryden to Pope: The Coffee House) have put together an […]


Survivance, Sovereignty, and Story : Teaching American Indian Rhetorics Edited by Lisa King

King's Survivance Sovereignty and Story

  Focusing on the importance of discussions about sovereignty and of the diversity of Native American communities, Survivance, Sovereignty, and Story: Teaching Indian Rhetorics (Utah State UP,  November 2015),  Lisa King, Rose Gubele (Central Missouri), Joyce Rain Anderson (Bridgewater State)  offers a variety of ways […]

Professor Elsie Michie to Speak on “‘Counterparts and Prototypes in the Great World’: Martin Chuzzlewit and America.”

Michie Talk

This Thursday, 11/12, Professor Elsie Michie, the chair of English at Louisiana State University, will give a talk entitled “‘Counterparts and Prototypes in the Great World’: Martin Chuzzlewit and America.” Professor Michie has published on such topics as nineteenth-century women novelists, the Victorian canon, and issues of money, […]

New Program to Assist International Graduate Students With Writing Announced

The Department of English, UTK Writing Center, University Libraries, and College of Arts and Sciences are pleased to announce a new service in Spring Semester, 2016, to assist international graduate students with writing. Consultation will be available by appointment and on […]