Award-winning novelist and poet Patrick Coleman will visit Pullman from Feb. 4–6 as a guest of the WSU Visiting Writer series. Coleman also is an artist and curator who serves as assistant director of the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego.
In his new appointment, English Professor William M. Hamlin will teach one course per semester for two years, and work with Honors College students.
Relationships come to life by revitalizing rather than preserving Native American languages. That’s what Digital Technology and Culture Professor Kim Christen strives for.
As part of WSU’s Visiting Writers Series, award-winning author Terese Marie Mailhot will be visiting WSU Pullman Oct. 4 and 5 to present her work and lead an intensive one‑day workshop on memoir writing.
Produced by two WSU Vancouver faculty members, the documentary screenings are set for Sept. 10 in Vancouver and Sept. 11 in Pullman. Q&A sessions will follow both screenings.
The award recognizes outstanding writers, honoring work deemed to exhibit the highest artistic merit during peer review.
Russo’s collaborative digital mapping, ecology, and arts project has brought together students and community members, as well as forging valuable connections between the arts, humanities, and sciences.
Follow the journey via WSU Regent’s professor Debbie Lee’s photographs, and read her essay, “Arctic chronicles,” in Washington State Magazine’s Spring 2019 issue.
Stephanie Kerschbaum, acclaimed author and associate professor of English at the University of Delaware, presents “Signs of Disability: Perception, Materiality, Narrative,”
A creative writer and poet, Potts joined WSU faculty in 2013, after a 22‑year teaching career at Kansas State University.