English, General Literature and Rhetoric

Meet Jennifer Stoever, Department of English


Jennifer Stoever, Associate Professor of English takes an unconventional approach to social justice research: Her work revolves around the social, cultural and political aspects of sound and listening.

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English, General Literature and Rhetoric

The English Department offers opportunities for study in all major areas of British and American literatures, with strengths in American Studies, British Modernities, Critical Theory, Gender and Sexualities, Medieval Studies, Early Modern and Renaissance Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Race, Empire, and Global Diasporas, Rhetorical Discourse, Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies/ Science Studies, Creative Writing. 

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Enroll in the London Program. Spend a semester abroad while sampling the rich academic and cultural offerings that a stay in the United Kingdom's capital provides. Contact John Weaver at jweaver@binghamton.edu for more details!

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Not sure what you'll do with your degree in English? Consider An Internship Through the English Department Internship Program RHET 495. The deadline for Spring 2019 applications is Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 1 p.m. Interested students should read over the information here, download and fill out an application and submit your application materials to Donna Berg, in Undergraduate English in the English Department. Questions, email Prof. Gelineau.
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Monday, October 29, 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. LN 2200 A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with Dewitt Henry. Founding editor and active editor and director of Ploughshares Magazine from the founding until 1995, Henry is presently Contributing Editor of Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices, publishers of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and photography and to The Woven Tale Press: Arts and Literary Journal, a fine arts and literary magazine whose mission is to grow Web traffic to noteworthy writers, photographers and artists, both emerging and established. The Writing Life series features an informal Q & A on publishing, craft and the writing life
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Tuesday, October 30, 8 p.m. in EB 110 A Readers' Series Event with BU professor Alexi Zentner, who will be reading from new work. Zentner is the author of the internationally acclaimed novels, The Lobster Kings, and Touch, and the forthcoming Copperhead. Under the pseudonym Ezekiel Boone, Alexi is the author of the internationally bestselling The Hatching series, as well as the forthcoming novel, The Mansion.
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