Is Lip Reading “Reading”?
The English Honor Society Adds 20 Members
Fall/Winter 2018 Issue Now Available
Article published in
1895 Revue d’histoire du cinéma
Dr. Chris Ellery of the Angelo State University English faculty has published a new book of original poems titled “Canticles of the Body: A Meditation on the Liturgical Cycle” through
Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Faculty Learning Commons Grant, Interviews, and Other Work
Dancing on Barbed Wire from Angelina River Press
English professor recognized at University Assembly
Professors included in Texas Poetry Anthology
An argument for an “off the grid” approach to thinking about technology and technical communication.
Erickson, Reeves, Krause, and Lawrence present posters at 2018 Research Symposium
Callejas and Enriquez Honored at Ceremony
Senior English Major contributes to many programs on campus
Senior English Major Emily Krause Awarded Prize at Great Plains Honors Council Conference
“The Art of Seeing Revealed” in Winter 2018 issue
Honors Student and Major in English Language Learning and Linguistics
One Kind of Recording from Lamar University Literary Press
15 new members for the English Honor Society
Two Volumes of The Botanic Garden published by Routledge
Professor of English teaches in Xianyang
Volume 31 Number 2 Available Now
Spanish professor attends Fulbright-Hays Seminar
The Cultural History of Tea in Russia
New poems in multiple regional journals
Dilts Receives ASU President’s Award for Faculty Excellence in Leadership/Service.
19 English faculty attend 3 week English language teacher training institute
Dilts Receives President’s Award for Leadership/Service
7 EML undergraduates present at 6th Annual Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium
Bonnie Kennedy recognized as Promising Female Leader
Originally a journalist, Anne Hillerman detailed her journey to becoming a best-selling western author as the featured speaker for ASU’s 21
st Annual Writers Conference in Honor of Elmer Kelton this spring.
Musgrove and Gascoigne meet with Chinese delegation.
“Brothers’ published in January 2017 issue online.
The Fall 2016 issue of
Concho River Review has arrived.
Chair of Department argues for value of study in language, literature and culture
16 new members of the English Honor Society
English major awarded poetry prize
Schonberg delivers paper at 2016 Collaborative Conference on Language and Linguistics
Foreign Languages Honor Society Welcomes New Students
English Prof Story “Burying Jasper” in
The Department welcomes new faculty this fall
Dilts selected to serve on Texas Health and Human Services Commission Council
ASU student Mary Jones and alumnus Garret McDonald in Moscow, Russia
Legal Issues in Global Contexts Wins Two Awards
Influenced by his grandmother, his ASU mentor, and renowned author James Joyce, graduate student Alex Barchet has embarked on a journey that will soon take him to a new and exciting destination.
English and Modern Languages Students Receive Scholarships for Next Year
Mary Jones to study in Russia
Department and Graduate School Sponsor Students at Conference
English Graduate Student Accepted to PhD Progam
Muelsch at 76th Convention of the College Language Association
Student and Two Faculty in New Anthology from Lamar U Literary Press
Creative Writing Professors Present in Oklahoma
Houston writer, Sarah Cortez, visits classes and conducts reading
Elementary students attend lessons on poetry and short story.
Article Details Reading and Ukulele Sing-Along
New Poem in Voices de la Luna
Exhibit in Gallery 193 until March 11
“After Dark” and “Interview” Published February 2016
“Dead Dogs” in Southwestern American Literature
On Tuesday evening, our local chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the English honor society, inducted fifteen new members.
On November 2nd, Dr. Jules Gates, associate professor of English, presented her creative nonfiction poem “From His Coy Mistress” on a panel with two other creative nonfiction writers at the 2015 South Central Modern Language Conference (SCMLA) in Nashville, Tennessee.
Contact Dr. Muelsch about this June 2016 trip
Eleven peer tutors ready to assist in writing success
Department of English and Modern Languages Nominates Holly Miles for President’s Award
Dalrymple Honored for 35 Years Service
JAEPL Publishes “Drawing to Learn’
2015 Oasis, the Student Art and Literary Magazine, Recently Published
English Graduate Student Nicole Stevens Receives Award
Five EML Students at 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium
3 poems will appear in Blue Bonnet Review, Amarillo Bay, and Carcinogenic Poetry.
ASU Students at Conference on the Advancement of Women
Professor of English, Terry Dalrymple, has published a new collection of short fiction
English Professors Hama and Kornasky presented at ALA Symposium, San Antonio
ASU Russian Club collects information on Polish Public Radio
Writing Center Administrators and three English graduate students present at SCWCA
Jenni deBie, a junior in the Angelo State University Honors Program, will be heading to Florence, Italy, this summer as one of a select group of U.S. undergraduate students to participate in the New York University Writers in Florence program.
More Than 30 BA and MA English and Modern Languages Students Graduate
The Department has selected Cristina Garcia for the 2013 ASU Writers Conference, February 21-22.