English, General Literature and Rhetoric



Lisa T. Yun, Department of English


Through collaborative learning, Lisa Yun enriches student lives and helps give voice to immigrant experience.

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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. 

London Program

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 Mary Haupt at mhaupt@binghamton.edu for more details!

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News

Events & Announcements

“It’s Time to End the Publishing Gatekeeping!” 

The Binghamton English Department is proud to support and stand with the RaceB4Race Executive Boardand their recent public statement regarding racism and the institutional structures of peer review in academia.

Read their statement here about how academic journals and presses need to think about and change the structures that are limiting access and hindering the full participation of scholars of color in all disciplines. 

Incoming Director of Creative Writing Tina Chang

wins Academy of American Poets Poets Laureate fellowship.
 
Read more here about her civic poetry project in conjunction with the Brooklyn Public Library.
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Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Academy of American Poets University Prize

Graduate Division Winner
Macaulay Glynn for the poem "Animal Cabinet"
Graduate Honorable Mention
Nicholas D. Kanaar for the poem "Trauma"

Undergraduate Division Winner
Sofia Rosario for the poem "Matriarch"
Undergraduate Honorable Mentions
Mikal Malik McKay for the poem "Representation During Adolescence"
Nina Collavo for the poem "Lincoln Tunnel"

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