English Department

at the University of Michigan-Flint

Two Books in Spring

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Professors Mary Jo Kietzman and Fred Svoboda have new books out this year. They are The Biblical Covenant in Shakespeare (Palgrave Macmillan) and Understanding John Updike (U of South Carolina).

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

You’re Invited – Come Meet Emily Feuerherm!

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 The English Department invites The entire University Community to  A Welcome Reception for Emily Feuerherm Assistant Professor of Linguistics  Wednesday, October 1 4:00-5:30 p.m. UCEN Michigan Room D   Professor Feuerherm is on campus to design and implement a new Bridge Program for international students, providing them with credit-bearing preparation to insure their academic success.

Who Are These People, Anyway?® curls up with a good book . . . and thinks that you should too.

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2012-13 got too busy for us all to find the time to check in with you.  But here we are, a few days before “summer” comes to UM-Flint!  For this go-round, we asked ourselves what we were most determined to read this summer, and then each suggested a must-read title for you.  Below you’ll find

Who Are These People, Anyway? visits the “vast wasteland”!

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Remember us?  We’re English Department faculty, and we can’t resist telling you more about ourselves, especially in mildly embarrassing ways.  This time around, respondents were asked to identify their favorite tv programming of yesteryear, along with what kind of trash they might be caught watching during an idle moment now.  Do English teachers watch tv