Announcements

Introducing Crystal Colombini

Dr. Crystal Colombini will join the Department of English staff this fall as Assistant Professor. Dr. Colombini received her PhD from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her specilizations include rhetorical theory and literacies, rhetorics of economics and risk, writing assessment, and linguistics. More →

Study in Urbino

COLFA hosts a semester in Urbino, Italy this spring (2013). Students attend classes taught by UTSA and University of Urbino professors, as well as participate in a number of off-campus trips to famous Italian landmarks including Verona and Venice, Rome, and Florence. More→

U.S. Poet Laureate

Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey, one of the poets included in this year's Creative Reading Writing Series, was recently named the U.S. Poet Laureate. More→

Rhetoric and Composition Certificate

The English Department at UTSA now offers a graduate certificate in Rhetoric and Composition. More→

SPRING RESEARCH CONFERENCE

COLFA's 12th annual Spring Research Conference will be held Thursday, March 22, 2012. Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in English are encouraged to submit and attend. More→

STUDY IN ITALY

Several English courses, taught by UTSA Department of English faculty, will be hosted at the University of Urbino (Italy) in the Spring of 2012. More→

STUDY IN LONDON

Dr. Mark Bayer will teach a study-abroad course in London titled "London and Its Literature" to be held in the Summer of 2011 (July 25 - August 14). More→

UTSA LAUNCHES AALCI

Dr. Joycelyn Moody heads the new African American Literatures and Cultures Institute. More→

GET ENGLISH HONORS

Receive deserved acknowledgment for your hard work by applying to the English Honors Program. More→

ENGLISH ALUMNI EMAIL GROUP

Keep in touch with fellow English alumni, share your achievements, and stay informed on goings-on at the department. More→

GRADLIT FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

Join the Gradlit email group to enter into conversation with fellow graduate students, faculty, and receive important departmental updates. More→

FREE REFERENCE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

EndNote X2 is now available for faculty, staff, and students at UTSA. Please contact Matthew Marr at matthew.marr@utsa.edu for more information about installation.

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