Tag - English and Foreign Languages

Department of English and Foreign Languages

African-American Read-In welcomes literary scholar

On Feb. 23, students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members celebrated Black History Month through the reading of African-American literature at the African-American Read-In. The six-hour event offered attendees an opportunity to read poems...

English professor to release new novel

In March, years of work will come to fruition with the release of assistant professor of English Jim Minick’s new novel. Minick’s novel, titled, Fire Is Your Water, asks the question, what happens to a healer when she can no longer heal...

Sand Hills Writer Series returns

Next month, Augusta University students will have the opportunity to hear the printed word come alive at the 41st annual Sand Hills Writers Series. This year’s series features female authors Crystal Wilkinson and Darnell Arnoult.  Each writer will...

Graduation Spotlight: Sarah Carter

Sarah Carter, editor-in-chief of The Bell Ringer, Augusta University’s oldest student publication, said the only things better than the memories she’s made as an undergraduate were the deep connections she’s made with students and...

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