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  • English
    may now be purchased The conference which will feature Louisville poet Kiki Petrosino and other acclaimed writers from around the nation will also offer five new postgraduate scholarships to attend the event more 04 29 13 Two A S Faculty Team Up for New Book on Kentucky s Robinson Forest English professor Erik Reece and Biology professor James Krupa recently released a book that brings to life the history and ecology of one of Kentucky s most important natural landscapes the Robinson Forest in eastern Kentucky The Embattled Wilderness depicts the fourteen thousand acres of diverse forest region a haven of biological richness as endangered by the ever expanding desert created by mountaintop removal mining more 04 25 13 Student Commencement Speakers Rosado Glaser to Represent Class of 2013 Per University of Kentucky tradition a student speaker will represent his or her class at both undergraduate Commencement ceremonies on Sunday May 5 The speakers for the 146th UK Commencement Ceremonies are Mercedes Rosado and Luke Glaser more 04 19 13 Shanghai University Students Come to UK Students from Shanghai University will get a taste of the bluegrass as the UK American Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences will host a summit for SU students on Monday April 22 more 04 17 13 Author Journalist John Egerton to Receive Award for Intellectual Achievement Writer and alumnus John W Egerton will receive the 2013 University of Kentucky Libraries Award for Intellectual Achievement presented at the UK Libraries Annual Dinner more Events There are no current events to display News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Dean s Channel Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC

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  • English
    Media The Writing Center Graduate Student Teaching Assistant in the Division of Writing Rhetoric and Digital Media sara alvarez uky edu Amy Anderson English Writing Rhetoric and Digital Media Phd student TA amy anderson uky edu 1202 Patterson Office Tower 257 6976 Darin Arrick Linguistics English Writing Consultant at the Writing Center Sept 2012 April 2013 Margaret Barr The Writing Center English margaret barr1 uky edu Writing Center 5th floor WT Young Library n a Rusty Barrett English Linguistics Social Theory American Studies Latin America Studies Gender and Women s Studies Associate Professor erbarr2 email uky edu 1367 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 3114 Rebecca Beach English EGSO New Student Recruiter rebecca beach uky edu 1206 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6986 Michelle Benningfield English michelle benningfield uky edu 1222 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6988 Andrew Beutel English PhD Candidate WRD Instructor andrew beutel uky edu 1218 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6990 Virginia Blum English Gender and Women s Studies Professor and Director of Graduate Studies Research Candidate Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute virginia blum uky edu 1225 Patterson Office Tower Office Hours Tues and Wed 12 to 2 30 257 6991 Anna Bosch Linguistics English Associate Professor and Arts and Sciences Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs Associate Professor bosch uky edu 1249 Patterson Office Tower 257 1416 Ashley Bourgeois English acbo223 uky edu 1218 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6990 Parker L Brody Linguistics English The Writing Center Teaching Assistant Writing Center Consultant parker brody uky edu Andrew Byrd Linguistics English Lecturer andrewbyrd uky edu 1371 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6983 Diane Campbell English Senior Lecturer English Department dcamp uky edu 1273 Patterson Office Tower 257 3536 Cheryl Cardiff English Lecturer cheryl cardiff uky edu 1213 Patterson Office Tower Laura Carter English Center for English as a Second

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  • About the English Department | English
    Reads Project Share this page About the English Department The English Department at the University of Kentucky offers the B A M A and Ph D degrees We also offer an MA in Linguistic Theory and Typology We boast an award winning faculty in Literature Creative Writing and Linguistics who publish and teach across a wide range of subfields With over 300 undergraduate majors the English Department specializes in producing versatile and imaginative students with the strong interpretive and communication skills needed for today s changing world Our graduate programs bring together ambitious and talented students with a faculty who is actively reshaping the boundaries of knowledge in the Humanities and beyond How to contact the English Department Department of English University of Kentucky 1215 Patterson Office Tower Lexington KY 40506 0027 Phone 859 257 7008 Fax 859 323 1072 Business Officer Jennifer Walton jawalt0 uky edu Undergraduate Advising Office Andy Johnson jajohn0 uky edu Graduate Studies Office Jeanette Heinrichs jheinrk uky edu Division of Writing Rhetoric and Digital Media Office Diane Robertson gdro222 email uky edu Center for English as a Second Language Office Emily King emily king uky edu Department Chair Jeff Clymer jeff clymer uky edu Associate Chair Peter Kalliney pjkall2 email uky edu Director of Graduate Studies Virginia Blum vblum1 uky edu Director of Undergraduate Studies Matthew Giancarlo matthew giancarlo uky edu Director of the Divison of Writing Rhetoric and Digital Media Roxanne Mountford mountford uky edu Chair s Message News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Dean s Channel Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics

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  • Chair's Message | English
    reshaping the boundaries of knowledge in the Humanities and beyond and we excel at bringing our cutting edge research and creative works into the undergraduate classroom and graduate seminar With over 300 undergraduate majors and a highly ranked graduate program UK English is a thriving and energetic collaboration between its teachers and students We pride ourselves on our integration of research and teaching and on our interdisciplinary connections to programs such as African American and Africana Studies Interdisciplinary American Studies and Social Theory all of which are currently directed by English faculty We introduce many students to the study of language culture and the human condition through our UKCore classes in Creative Writing Literature Film and Linguistics Students in these courses develop critical thinking skills enhance their intellectual creativity and build strong communication skills Students who go on to major in English or simply take some of our advanced courses become versatile and imaginative thinkers as well as writers of power and insight English majors graduate from the University of Kentucky possessing the sophisticated thinking learning and writing skills necessary for a rapidly changing world At the graduate level we bring together ambitious students and a faculty who are pathbreaking researchers in several key areas of literary studies film creative writing and Linguistics Through close work with supervising faculty graduate students are well prepared to take positions in a wide range of institutions and to become the next generation of teacher scholars UK English offers an exciting and supportive community in which to read think learn and grow as a person We pride ourselves on our research excellence our teaching success and our valuable interdisciplinary connections to the College s other departments and programs Please explore our website look over our faculty s recent publications check out our course offerings

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  • Faculty by Research Interests | English
    Alumni Friends Ampersand Update Your Information Give to A S Alumni Friends Home Alumni Success Stories About the English Department Chair s Message Faculty by Research Interests Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Literature and Culture Eighteenth Century British Literature and Culture Nineteenth Century British Literature and Culture Twentieth and Twenty First Century British Literature and Culture Colonial Through Nineteenth Century American Literature and Culture Twentieth and Twenty First Century American Literature and Culture African African American and Caribbean Literature and Culture Film Non Fiction Writing Linguisitcs Creative Writing Women s Literature and Gender Studies Literary Theory Race Theory Composition and Rhetoric Where Can English Take Me Honors and Awards Isaac Murphy Everybody Reads Project Share this page Faculty by Research Interests Medieval Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Literature and Culture Eighteenth Century British Literature and Culture Nineteenth Century British Literature and Culture Twentieth and Twenty First Century British Literature and Culture Colonial Through Nineteenth Century American Literature and Culture Twentieth and Twenty First Century American Literature and Culture African African American and Caribbean Literature and Culture Film Non Fiction Writing Linguistics Creative Writing Women s Literature and Gender Studies Literary Theory Race Theory Composition and Rhetoric Chair s Message up Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Literature and Culture News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Dean s Channel Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Environmental Studies Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture Interdisciplinary Programs International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish

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  • Where Can English Take Me? | English
    human nature and the human condition and develop their capacity to use and appreciate the English language Students are encouraged to participate in internships research campus groups and volunteer organizations to compliment and strengthen individual career objectives The department of English offers both a major and minor What skills does studying English develop critical theoretical and practical methods for analyzing written works effective collaboration with fellow writers scholars and critics clarifying ideas presenting alternative viewpoints and persuading audiences by using language effectively in speech and writing appreciation of ancient and contemporary written works ability to meet deadlines while following creative developments Undergraduate education requirements Graduate education requirements Career Opportunities Grounded in the liberal arts tradition English majors develop a broad skill set and are prepared for success in a variety of careers Although many English students choose to stay in education either as a teacher or researcher most find employment in fields such as publishing journalism writing private business cultural centers entertainment and communication English majors are well prepared to continue their education in English business or law graduate programs Occupations include but are not limited to the following publishing specialist film researcher radio television copywriter sales and marketing communications specialist public relations libraries corporate communications editor staff or freelance writer teacher professor English as a second language instructor policy and procedures analyst professional training and development novelist literary critic technical writer journalist playwright non profit organizations contract and grant writing human resources and management For more information about careers go to the following American Society of Journalists and Authors Book Jobs Careers in Book Publishing Society for Technical Communication Chronicle of Higher Education Career Network For more information about career opportunities contact the UK Career Center Composition and Rhetoric up Honors and Awards News Calendar Dean s Blog A

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  • Honors and Awards | English
    Chacon Jesslyn R Collins Frohlich Outstanding Writing Division Instructor Lisa Schroot Undergraduate Awards Dantzler Dantzler Award for Academic Achievement by a Senior Nigel A Lepianka Stephanie M Straub O J Ruby Wilson Scholarship for Outstanding Senior Jillian T Baker Bailey Elyse Johnson John S Gatton Provost Scholarship in Arts and Sciences 2010 2011 Nigel A Lepianka Julester Shrady Post Memorial Scholarship Jason C Grant Barbara Sutton Cowles Scholarship for an Outstanding Senior Shea A Cummings Bill Bridges Scholarship for an Outstanding First Generation College Graduate Majoring in English Stephanie M Straub Michael Adelstein Award for Prospective High School Teachers of English Eric L Neely Patricia and William Stacy Endowed Fellowship in English Education Allison M Flannery Best Undergraduate Essays in a 200 level English or Film Class Wesley H Brown James D Johnson Benjamin R Talley Best Linguistics Major Student Award Seung yeon Yi Imaginative Writing Awards Farquhar Award for Poetry First Place Stephanie M Straub Farquhar Award for Poetry Honorable Mention Jillian T Baker Hope D Johnson Mary A Lovelace Matthew Spencer Dantzler Award for Fiction First Place Mary A Lovelace Dantzler Award for Fiction Honorable Mention Richard H Combs John C McCurry Nikki Paul Stephani N Smith Graduate Awards Ellershaw Award for Outstanding Ph D Candidate Rebecca A Beach William J Sowder Award for Best Graduate Student Critical Paper Allison P Palumbo Outstanding Literature or Film Teaching Assistant Colleen M Glenn Devjani Roy Ben Wathen Black Memorial Graduate Scholarship in British Literature Devjani Roy William S Ward Award for Distinguished Service by a Faculty Member Dr Andrew V Doolen Staff Recognition Five Years of Service Jeanette Heinrichs Where Can English Take Me up English Awards and Scholarships News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Dean s Channel Areas of Study African American and

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  • Isaac Murphy: Everybody Reads Project | English
    which are about the famous African American jockey Isaac Murphy will be the two books used in the reading project The Lexington Children s Theater will also mount a theatrical production of the Isaac Murphy story adapted from Walker s book of poems as part of its fall season September 26 October 3 and will present an excerpt from the play and distribute group ticket information at the launch Unlike most reading projects centered around a single book this two book project is not only designed to promote literacy it seeks to engage entire families appeal to a broader audience and to engender intergenerational multi racial dialogue conversation and enthusiasm around reading and the exploration of Kentucky s rich history Lesson Plans High School Lesson Plans CCSS Prepared by Phyllis Schlich English Teacher Tates Creek High School Lexington Middle School Prepared by Willow Hambrick Educator Literacy Coach and Writing Coordinator Royal Spring Middle School Poetry Analysis Template The Persona Poem Definition and Writing Tasks The Poem as Craft Response to Frank X Walker s Persona Poems Elementary School Patsi Trollinger s Education Kit partial Music Expressing Events Through Music and Poetry Prepared by kentucky Department of Education Appropriate for High School and Middle School Grade Levels Faith Based Faith based Discussion Questions Prepared by Pastor Larry Weathers Empowerment Worship Centers Representative Student Persona Poems Little Miss Sureshot An Allusion to Annie Oakley 7th grade Language Arts Student Royal Spring Middle School Betsy Ross Kayla Ritchie 7th grade Language Arts student Royal Springs Middle School Promotional Graphics Designs by Nyoka Hawkins Isaac Murphy I Dedicate This Ride 8 1 2 x 11 full color poster Frank X Walker Poems 8 1 2 x 11 full color poster Isaac Murphy Frank X Walker Bi Fold Brochure Book Cover Art High resolution 300

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