International Programs

  • Literary London

    Explore the literature, history, and culture of one of the world’s greatest metropolitan cities through the  there is a problem handling links.  program. This six-week, 7-credit summer experience is open to all majors.
  • Luxembourg

    The Miami University John E. Dolibois Center (MUDEC) in Luxembourg provides students with the opportunity to study and live in a vibrant European setting. Summer, semester, and year-long programs are available. 

  • SYSU Partnerships

    The Department of English offers two academic programs: a 3+1 Undergraduate Program and a 1+1 Graduate Program in close partnership with Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.

Events

  • Spring Street Reading

    Thompson, Kalmbach, Young, Maggio

    Wednesday, September 17 at 7:00 pm

    Miami University Bookstore - Shriver Center

    Presented by Oxford Magazine

Recent Faculty Publications

  • Eating Asian America

    Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader

    Associate Professor Anita Mannur's co-edited collection, Eating Asian America "is the first collection to consider the fraught itineraries of Asian American immigrant histories and how they are inscribed in the production and dissemination of ideas about Asian American foodways" (NYU Press).

  • Yu-Fang Cho

    Uncoupling American Empire: Cultural Politics of Deviance and Unequal Difference, 1890-1910

    Associate Professor Yu-Fang Cho looks at how the institutionalization of marriage shaped imagined relationships among working people in her book, Uncoupling American Empire.

  • Tomorrowland

    Tomorrowland: Stories

    Creative Writing Lecturer Joseph Batesdebut collection, Tomorrowland, offers stories full of strange attractions and uncanny conceits, a world of freakish former child stars, abused Elvis impersonators, derelict roadside attractions, apocalyptic small towns, and parallel universes where you make out with your ex. 

  • Sex before Sex

    Sex before Sex: Figuring the Act in Early Modern England

    Associate Professor James Bromley's co-edited collection, Sex before Sex, confronts our current critical assumptions about definitions of sex.