Contacts and Locations

Hours: 8 a.m.–4:30p.m., Monday through Friday, Hibbs 306

Phone: 804.828.1331
Fax: 804.828.8684

Exterior shot of Hibbs HallVCU Department of English
900 Park Avenue, Hibbs Hall, Room 306
Box 842005
Richmond, VA 23284-2005                         

(Address deliveries to street, building, & room; address mail to box number)

 

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Anderson House
913 W. Franklin St.
Richmond, VA 23284-2005                         

 

 


Acting Chair
Nicholas Frankel
Hibbs 306  |  804.828.1331
nrfranke@vcu.edu

Associate Chair
Sachi Shimomura
Hibbs 306  |  804.828.1331
sshimomura@vcu.edu

Assistant to the Chair 
Kelsey Cappiello
Hibbs 306 | 804.827.8305
cappiellokn@vcu.edu

Business and Human Resources Manager
Margret Vopel
Hibbs 306 | 804.827.8308
mschluer@vcu.edu

Office Administrative Assistant
Greg Patterson
Hibbs 306 | 804.828.1331
pattersongb.vcu.edu

Graduate Programs Advisor
Thom Didato
MA in English, MFA in Creative Writing, PhD in Media, Art, and Text
Hibbs 306  |  804.828.1329
tndidato@vcu.edu

Coordinator of Undergraduate Advising
Dale Smith
Hibbs 318  |  804.827.8320
rdsmith@vcu.edu

Blackbird: an online journal of literature and the arts
Brandie Gray
Lead Associate Editor
Anderson House 101A  |  804.225.4729
blackbird@vcu.edu

Technology Coordinator & Senior Online Editor, Blackbird
Michael Keller
Hibbs 317  |  804.827.8317
mkeller@vcu.edu

English Website
For updates or comments regarding English and MATX graduate program web pages, or alumni news, contact .
tndidato@vcu.edu

For Faculty Directory updates submit changes to
englishweb@vcu.edu

For all other English web-related error reporting or issues, contact .
mkeller@vcu.edu

Upcoming Deadlines

Classes Begin
AUGUST 23, 2018

Add/Drop Deadline
AUGUST 29, 2018

Graduation Application Deadline
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

Fall Break
OCTOBER 18-21, 2018

Course Withdrawal Deadline
NOVEMBER 2, 2018

Last Day of Classes
DECEMBER 8, 2018

 

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British Virginia is a VCU-hosted series of scholarly editions of documents touching on the colony. These texts range from the 16th and 17th-century literature of English exploration to the 19th-century writing of loyalists and other Virginians who continued to identify with Great Britain. Editions appear principally in digital form, freely downloadable. 

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