English Department

at the University of Michigan-Flint

Professor Emily Feuerherm has co-edited a new book!

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Congratulations to our colleague on an important publication!  This volume brings together scholars from various disciplines to discuss how language is used by, for and about refugees in the United States in order to deepen our understanding of what ‘refugee’ and ‘resettlement’ mean. The book will be of interest to researchers of applied linguistics and

Our alum Bryon Quertermous Hits the Big Time!

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Congratulations to UM-Flint English Department alum Bryon Quertermous, who is getting a lot of praise for his new novel Murder Boy.  From the Amazon summary: Dominick Prince is out of options. He’s lived in Detroit long enough to use his experiences of crime and poverty to fuel his writing, but he’s ready to move on

Amy Hartwig – Maize & Blue Award recipient

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Congratulations to Amy Hartwig for being honored with a Maize and Blue Award, the highest honor given to graduating seniors at UM-Flint. Amy’s intelligence, openness to learning and new ideas, and unwavering dedication to her education, job, and community, make her a model student. Amy has a keen passion for intellectual engagement that has translated into a

Congratulations, Zea!

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Zea Miller (MA 2011), has been accepted into the PhD program in Theory and Cultural Studies at Purdue University. Zea will be joining recent graduate, Kelsey Ronan (BA English 2009), who is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing there. Zea’s paper, “Decriminalizing the Lawless Moor”, was also recently accepted for the Monstrous Geographies conference at the Mansfield

2011 in Scholarship and Creative Work

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2011 has been another productive year for the members of the UM-Flint English Department faculty and it’s an honor to salute this work and the people who created it: Monographs Our hats are off to Tom for the publication of his sixth book in which he demonstrates his literate qualities and his ever-ready wit. Foster,