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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Events

Feb
19
Tue
 Tuesday, February 19, 8 p.m. in FA 258. A Readers' Series Event with Raena Shirali, winner of the BU Milt Kessler Poetry Book Award for her collection, Gilt. Shirali's honors include a Pushcart Prize, the Philip Roth Residency at Bucknell University's Stadler Center for Poetry, and poetry prizes from Boston Review, Gulf Coast, and Cosmonauts Avenue. She has performed at such venues as: the 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center in NYC, Boston Poetry Slam at the Cantab, Slam Free or Die, College of Charleston, & many more. This event is free and open to all. Questions email cwpro@binghamton.edu or call (607) 777-2713.
8:30pm
Feb
20
Wed
 Wednesday, February 20, 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. LN 2200 A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with with Katherine Sullivan of YesYes Books, publishers of provocative collections of poetry, fiction, and experimental art since 2011. "We look for work that acknowledges and celebrates our passionate, complex, and boundless natures." The Writing Life series features an informal Q & A on publishing, craft and the writing life. This event is free and open to all. Questions email cwpro@binghamton.edu or call (607) 777-2713
1:30pm
Mar
5
Tue
 Tuesday, March 5, 8 p.m. in FA 258. A Readers' Series Event with Molly Peacock. Peacock is is a BU alum and the author of 7 books of poetry, most recently The Analyst. Her prose works include the story collection Alphabetique, the biography Paper Garden: Mrs. Delany Begins Her Life's Work at 72,the guide How to Read a Poem & Start a Poetry Circle, and the memoir Paradise, Piece by Piece. She has read her poetry at the Library of Congress, the Unterberg Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y (New York City), and Harbourfront Centre (Toronto), as well as at numerous colleges, universities, and libraries in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.This event is free and open to all. Questions email cwpro@binghamton.edu or call (607) 777-2713.
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