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MATXer Andrew Spencer Articles Accepted for Publication

MATX PhD candidate Andrew Spencer has had two articles accepted for publication. One, titled “‘A Fiction of Law and Custom’: Mark Twain’s Interrogation of White Privilege in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” which grew out of a paper Spencer wrote for Dr. Terry Oggel’s Twain seminar, will be coming out in the Mark Twain Annual this…

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Welcome Our Incoming Fall 2017 MATX Class…

Mohammed Alasmari earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications, with a minor in Marketing Communication and Advertisement from Imam University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. While in Riyadh, he worked at the nonprofit organization Orphan Care “Ensan” as a public relations representative. Following that, Mohammed became a lecturer at the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication…

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VCU Peru

For 20 years, VCU students have benefited from the transformative experience of studying abroad.  Indeed, several English Department faculty, graduate students and program alumni have taken part in experiencing first hand the unique potential of an education abroad programs in places such as Peru.  With photos provided by MATX alum Scott Dupree Mills and text…

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Golumbia Speaks at boundary 2 Symposium

Associate Professor David Golumbia presented “Mirowski as Critic of the Digital” at the boundary 2 symposium titled “Neoliberalism, Its Ontology and Genealogy: The Work and context of Philip Mirowski.” The symposium took place at the University of Pittsburgh on March 18. Well done, David!

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The English Faculty Forum: A Showcase for Ideas on Research, Teaching, and Writing

The English Faculty Forum is a new lecture series that will showcase the research of the faculty of the VCU Department of English. The series carries on the collegial tradition – across ranks, subfields, and communities – of First Friday, the department’s previous lecture series, which was curated by Professor Bryant Mangum for many years….

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