Bre Garrett Published
Bre Garrett and co-authors published an article, "Re-inventing Digital Delivery for Multimodal Composing: A Theory and Heuristic for Composition Pedagogy," in the peer-reviewed journal Computers and Composition.
Students Create Modular Critical Methods Syllabus
A collaborative effort among a group of four English graduate students at The University of West Florida, this modular syllabus serves as a reference for instructors who are new to teaching Critical Methods or are simply interested in enhancing their pedagogical practices in order to foster a more effective learning community. Below we have included a link to our interactive Wiki page complete with findings from our field research as well as a downloadable version of the template itself. We encourage instructors or graduate students from any institution who may be interested in this project to request an invitation. For access to the Wiki, please contact Dr. David M. Earle at email@example.com .
New Street Communications website:
World-renowned Hemingway scholar Allen Josephs delivers a masterful consideration of the ritual of the corrida and contemplates the essential tragedy of the corrida's high priests: the toreros. In this informed and heartfelt meditation, Josephs goes well beyond standard literary criticism as he ponders such eternal themes as sacrifice, heroism and hero-worship, and the core cultural, spiritual and philosophical underpinnings of the traditional bullfight.
For more information, visit Newstreetcommunications.com
Successful Launching of
First Study Abroad Program
Spanish Instructor Laura Arguea offered students the opportunity to immerse into a lifetime Spanish language and culture experience in Salamance this summer. More information
UWF in Spain Program Description
Summer 2014 Tentative Itinerary
Jonathan Fink wins
Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award.
Rus Phelps receives
Distinguished Teaching Award
Composition Faculty Rus Phelps received one of the four Distinguished Teaching Awards from SGA at the Honors Convocation Friday, April 6, 2013. Congratulations, Rus!
David Earle published
in Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines
David Earle has a chapter on "Pulp Magazines and the Popular Press" in the recently published _Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines_.
Wins UWF's 2012
Outstanding Master's Thesis Award
Directed by David Baulch, Scott's thesis explores the relationship between the maroon colony known as "Fort Negro" in Florida and British abolitionist poetry. Way to go, Scott!
Congratulations to the
Fall 2012 ENC1101
Essay Award Winners!
First Place: Sawyer Martin
Second Place: Alea Kittell
Third Place: Kaitlin Startzel
& Dylan Matthews
Bre Garrett Published in Peer-Reviewed Collection, The New Work of Composing
Bre Garrett published a collaborative, experimental webtext that examines new modes of composing and new forms of rhetoric. Bre's collaborative chapter, "Re-inventing Invention: A Performance in Three Acts," argues that, in practice, invention emerges through juxtaposition, social collaboration, and situated embodiment. The chapter includes images, sounds, video, and scholarly prose and invites direct participation from readers. View publication here.
Greg Tomso Published in
Routledge Queer Studies Reader
Dr. Gregory Tomso's essay, "Viral Sex and the Politics of Life," was recently reprinted in the Routledge Queer Studies Reader, a compendium of influential essays that have helped shape the field of LGBTQ studies in the new millenium.
Mamie Hixon Featured
in Bella Magazine
Mamie Hixon's nomination to the Florida Women's Hall of Fame is highlighted in the September issue of Bella Magazine. The article can be read here.
photo by Katie King
David Baulch Interviewed
David Baulch was interviewed in Etemad, the
in Iranian Newspaper
leading reformist newspaper in Iran.The interview can be seen here.
Josephs Plenary in Madrid
On May 30, 2012, Professor Allen Josephs presented the plenary address to the National Association of Taurine Clubs at the Plaza de Toros de las Ventas, Sala Cossio, in Madrid. His address was entitled "Hemingway y la Espana Taurina" ("Hemingway and Taurine Spain").