Philosophy Colloquium Series continues

Dr. Phil Mouch, Philosophy, is going to give his colloquium on Wednesday, April 23, at 4:20 p.m. in MacLean Hall 165. His topic is “The Myth of Self-Defense.” The following is a synopsis of his talk: Two things are very clear from any survey of the relevant moral literature: taking life is generally wrong, and taking a life in self-defense […]

English and Communication Arts major awarded Student Fulbright to Taiwan

Kim Ehrlich, graduating this May with a double major in B.S. Communication Arts and Literature and B.A. English with Writing Emphasis, has just been awarded a Student Fulbright to Taiwan for 2013-14.  Excited and happy to be awarded such an honor, Ehrlich is enthusiastic about her “wonderful experiences in the MSUM English department faculty” both in her English Education classes […]

Sigma Tau Delta holds holiday literature reading

December 8 @7 p.m. • Red Raven Espresso Parlor • Fargo Let our festive event overshadow your spirits dampened by thoughts of finals. Come rejoice in the cheerful recital of holiday stories. Bring family and friends to this child-friendly event. Whether it is Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa, Yule, religious or secular, ALL holiday-themed works of prose or poetry welcome! Sign up […]

English profs featured in Prairie Public interview Oct. 6

Literature in the Age of Terror is topic of interview A trick-or-treater comes to your door dressed as a terrorist, holding a rope attached to another trick-or-treater, who is labeled a “dead American.” Are you terrified? Outraged? Do you call the police? And if you do, what do you report? That you are offended by a Halloween costume? Just after […]

English Literature majors present at Winona conference

Adam Heidebrink, Logan Herold and Michael Lobdell, all seniors, and junior Rachael Johnson presented papers at the 19th annual Northern Plains Conference on Early British Literature, April 8-9, hosted at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona. The conference draws undergraduates, graduates students, and faculty from around the region and farther.