Eleven WSU faculty members are at work on plans for the coming year: assigning and evaluating their students’ writing assignments in new ways.
Requests from faculty are now being accepted for digital exam copies of Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation, the 2021-22 common reading book.
An anthology edited by John Freeman, Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation, features essays, short stories, and poems about class, socioeconomic, and racial inequalities in the U.S.
Performance poet, writer, and organizer Mahogany L. Browne will read from her poetry collections and answer questions at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7, as a guest of the WSU Visiting Writers Series.
Many of DJ Lee’s stories in Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots embody the powerful force of the Selway River that carves out a portion of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness in Idaho and Montana.
A Student Veterans Awareness training for English 101 faculty members is helping build awareness and understanding for a unique student population.
Cecil S. Giscombe—renowned poet, essayist, traveler and professor of writing and literature at University of California, Berkeley—will headline WSU’s Visiting Writers Series with a reading March 23.
Creative nonfiction writer Catina Bacote will read from her work March 16 as a guest of the WSU Visiting Writers Series, a program of the WSU Vancouver and Pullman campuses.
Butler, who is currently serving as interim dean, has been a faculty member in WSU’s Department of English since 2003 and has more than a decade of administrative leadership experience at WSU.
The WSU Vancouver professor of English co‑authored the piece on an overlooked series of historic tragedies that he hopes can help spur change 100 years later.