Interdisciplinary scholar and writer Minh-Ha T. Pham to discuss the impact of Asian "superbloggers" on fashion, gender, and race
Minh-Ha T. Pham, an assistant professor of media studies at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, will visit Miami on Thursday, Oct 27 to present her lecture entitled "The Digital Democratization of Fashion – or Nah?: How Asian Superbloggers Are and Aren't Changing the Fashion Industry"
Miami takes on the art of translation
On September 12th, Miami University held the third annual Symposium on Literary Translation, an event that highlights the work done by translators to bring prose and poetry from other languages and cultures into English.
Visiting writer Jenny Boully teaches structural cooperation
Last week, Miami University’s graduate creative writing program welcomed Jenny Boully, author and associate professor at Columbia College Chicago. Boully spent much of her time in Oxford teaching an intensive four-day sprint course in creative nonfiction.
Reflecting on the inaugural Marianne D. McComb Conference for creative writing
Comic book lovers and graphic memoir readers alike united at Miami University’s first McComb Conference for Creative Writing on March 11 and 12 to celebrate the theme of graphic narrative.
English careers: beyond Bachelor Hall 2015
What can you do with an English degree? Miami University English majors and minors gathered on Tuesday, November 3rd to find answers to this and other career questions at the annual Beyond Bachelor Hall event.
Visiting writer Chris Bachelder teaches pacing and patience in prose
"This week is about pacing and slowing down, as both writers and readers" Chris Bachelder, visiting writer and professor, told a room of MA creative writing students.
Dennis Childs lecture: slaves of the state
The Miami English Department recently welcomed Dr. Dennis Childs, associate professor of African American Literature at UC San Diego, to discuss his book "Slaves of the State: Black Incarceration from the Chain Gang to the Penitentiary."
Gutsche lecture 2015: Beth Harrison
The Miami English Department welcomed Beth Harrison to Miami’s campus for this year’s Gutsche lecture.
Visiting writer reprises role as instructor of creative writing course
Professor Cary Holladay of the University of Memphis’ MFA program in creative writing returned to Miami University in mid-March to reprise her role as the instructor of the annual week-long intensive course for graduate students in creative writing.