Alex Dawson, who defended his dissertation this spring, has accepted a position as Faculty of World Literature at Bard High School Early College in Washington D.C.
Amy Fehr, who successfully defended her dissertation in May, has just landed a position as Organizer/Representative for UAW Local 2322 in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Matthew Shelton has just accepted a one-year renewable position as Lecturer in Irish Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, in the Celtic Studies Program.
Will Biel, who successfully defended his dissertation this spring, has just accepted a two-year post-doctoral position in English at West Point starting in the fall.
Micah Goodrich has recently accepted a one-year position as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Boston University.
Anna Ziering ’22 (English Ph.D.) will join Oglethorpe University in Atlanta this fall as Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, formally affiliated with African American Studies. Her committee chair is Chris Vials and her associate advisors are Greg Pierrot and Micki McElya (History). Congratulations, Anna! We wish you all the best in your future […]
We’d like to congratulate Daniel Pfeiffer ’22 (Ph.D), as he has just accepted a position as Social Sciences Editor for Choice Magazine, the publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries, which is a division of the American Library Association. We’d also like to extend congratulations to Dan’s dissertation committee: major advisor Associate Professor […]
Mollie Kervick, ’22 (Ph.D) has just accepted a two-year position at West Point as a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow. We are so proud of Mollie and her committee: Rachael Lynch, major advisor, and Mary Burke and Margaret Breen, associate advisors. Many congratulations!
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) In conjunction with the newly-established literary magazine of the same name, PhD candidate Kiedra Taylor, ‘24 hosted Write On, Black Girl!, a writing retreat dedicated to the crafting of narratives written by Black girls and young women. Sitting down with Emily Graham, Ms. Taylor spoke of how the retreat went; […]
We’d like to congratulate Brian Sneeden ’19 (Ph.D), as he has accepted an offer to join the faculty at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England. As a permanent Lecturer of English, he will be teaching in the MA programs for Publishing and Creative Writing. We’d also like to congratulate Penelope Pelizzon, major advisor, and Mary […]