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  • Carey Inducts Four Students into Sigma Tau Delta | William Carey University
    Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE Carey Inducts Four Students into Sigma Tau Delta Four William Carey University students were inducted into Alpha Gamma Gamma the William Carey University chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta English honor society on May 1 Inductees include Alyssa Ward of Hattiesburg Hailey Nowell of Hattiesburg Marissa James of Hattiesburg and Nicole Carr of Taylorsville Carey has been affiliated with Sigma Tau Delta for over 20 years The honor society was founded in 1924 as an order designed to promote the mastery of written expression encourage worthwhile reading and foster a spirit of fellowship among those specializing in the English language and literature Admission to the chapter is open

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  • English Students Honored at Carey Convocation | William Carey University
    Become a Friend of Carey Request a Friends of Carey Card Participating Businesses Carey Magazine Alumni Chapters Campus Life Student Activities Student Organizations Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE English Students Honored at Carey Convocation Caption Pictured at the William Carey University Honors Convocation on April 29 are left to right Jeremy Loris of Moss Point recipient of

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  • Undergraduate Courses | William Carey University
    survey of the major works of literature beginning with the Greek classics and ending with the late Renaissance Prerequisite ENG 101 or 101 8 and ENG 102 or 102 8 211 8 World Literature I Honors 3 hours A survey of the major works of literature beginning with Ancient World and ending with the Renaissance Students who enroll in this class must either be participants in the honors programs or have the approval of the instructor Prerequisite ENG 101 or 101 8 and ENG 102 or 102 8 212 World Literature II 3 hours A survey of major works of literature beginning with the Age of Enlightenment and ending with the Modern Age Prerequisite ENG 101 or 101 8 and ENG 102 or 102 8 300 Creative Writing 3 hours A study of artistic techniques in selected masterpieces of short fiction drama poetry and essay Students submit original works following the review of each literary genre Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 303 American Literature I 3 hours A study of literature from the Colonial Early National and Romantic periods Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 304 American Literature II 3 hours A study of literature from the Realist through the Post Modernist periods Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 306 Expository Writing 3 hours Rhetorical principles and practice in writing prose such as description literary analysis familiar essay narration etc Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 308 Traditional Grammar 3 hours A study of traditional grammar with attention to the changing nature of language and usage Recommended for students in elementary and secondary education and those desiring a review of traditional grammar Prerequisite ENG 211 or 212 320 Analysis of Literature 3 hours An introduction to literary criticism and theory literary history and research skills in the major Recommended for students majoring in English Prerequisite ENG 211 or 212 325 African American Literature 3 hours A study of three centuries of representative writings by African Americans from narratives on the Middle Passage to polemics on contemporary issues Participants will engage in close readings and rhetorical analyses of various genres from the 1700s to the present Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 330 Mythology 3 hours A survey of myth saga folklore from ancient times to the present Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 403 Linguistics and Advance Grammar 3 hours A study of historical geographical and structural linguistics and a study of grammar emphasizing analysis of syntax and incorporating insights from structural transformational and other modern schools Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 404 Survey of Drama 3 hours Critical and historical study of major plays from the classical Greek period through the 18th century Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 406 The Pre Renaissance Age 3 hours The literature of the Middle Ages through the early English lyricists Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 407 Psychology and Literature 3 hours Study of selected literary texts in relation to the issues and problems in psychology including the use of psychology in literary theory Prerequisite Eng 211 or 212 409 Pedagogical Grammar 3 hours A thorough review of descriptive grammar and prescriptive grammar with an emphasis on how this knowledge can be used in teaching writing in academic and personal writing and in editing manuscripts Satisfies writing intensive course requirement Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 411 The Age of Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama 3 hours A survey of representative plays Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 415 History of the English Language 3 hours A study of the history and development of the English language from its Indo European ancestry to the twentieth century Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 417 Methods of Teaching English 3 hours Studies in the theories strategies and materials of teaching English on the junior and senior high school levels Satisfies writing intensive course requirement Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 424 The Novel 3 hours A study of representative European and or American novels selected from literary historic or thematic types with an emphasis on various critical approaches Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 434 The Renaissance Age 3 hours A critical study of nonepic and nondramatic works of Milton and other 17th century writers Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 440 The Age of Enlightenment 3 hours A study of British prose and poetry of the early 18th century Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 450 The Romantic Age 3 hours A study in the British prose and poetry of the early 19th century Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 460 The Victorian Age 3 hours A study in the British prose and poetry of the middle and late 19th century Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 465 Development of the Short Story 3 hours A study of selected short fiction as representative of the development of the genre Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 472 Contemporary Literature 3 hours Poetry fiction and selected drama of the Western world from the late 19th century to the present Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 475 Modern and Contemporary Drama 3 hours A study of Western dramatic literature from Ibsen to contemporary dramatists Perquisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 480 Studies in American Literature I 3 hours Readings in American literature from its beginnings to 1865 Prerequisite ENG 211 or ENG 212 481 Studies in American Literature II 3 hours Readings in American literature from 1865 present Prerequisite ENG 211 or ENG 212 485 Southern Literature 3 hours Study of selected works in relation to Southern literary history and Southern culture Prerequisite ENG 211 or ENG 212 498 Senior Seminar 3 hours A capstone course required for the English major A synthesis of selected American English and world literature that involves both study and practice of criticism analysis and research Satisfies writing intensive course requirement Prerequisites ENG 211 and ENG 212 Spanish Major and Spanish Major with Teacher Licensure The Spanish major must fulfill the Bachelor of Arts B A degree requirements including 30

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  • Graduate Courses | William Carey University
    three letters of recommendation Have 12 semester hours or intermediate level proficiency in one modern foreign language or agree to meet those requirements during the course of study for the M A Curriculum A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate work in English is required for the M A degree The proposed degree would offer thesis 24 hours of course work plus 6 hours of thesis and non thesis 30 hours of course work options giving students increased flexibility and research opportunities A new required course for all students in the M A program would focus on bibliography and research methods with special attention to reference tools and practical application In the planned course bibliographic inquiry textual questions data retrieval and study in literary theory would be included The course would serve as an introduction to the program and to graduate study in English A second required course for all students would include study in the history of the English language Other courses may be selected from the graduate course list which will be generally be offered on a two year rotation schedule In the last trimester of enrollment candidates for the M A in English who elect the non thesis option must take written comprehensive examinations based on course work students who elect the thesis option must take an oral exam which will include a defense of the thesis Requirements A minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate work in either the thesis option 24 hours of course work plus 6 hours of thesis or the non thesis option 30 hours of course work is required Six required semester hours for all M A students must be ENG 601 bibliography and research and ENG 516 history of the English language For non thesis option 24 semester hours of graduate electives in English chosen in consultation with advisor For students electing the thesis option 18 hours of graduate electives in English chosen in consultation with advisor and six hours of thesis ENG 698 and ENG 699 In the last trimester of enrollment candidates for the M A in English must take either a written comprehensive examination based on course work non thesis option or an oral exam to include defense of the thesis thesis option If judged unsatisfactory all or part of the written oral examination may be retaken once in the following trimester or summer term Students are reminded that no more than nine hours of the course work to be applied toward the degree can be at the 500 level A 400 level course taken for undergraduate credit at Carey cannot be changed to graduate credit nor repeated for graduate credit on the 500 level Students must maintain a B or 3 0 GPA to continue in the program and graduate work must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 3 0 Students making a third grade of C or lower may not repeat any other courses and will be dismissed from the program After

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  • Department Staff and Faculty | William Carey University
    interests include interdisciplinary studies in literature religion and music and she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in comparative mythology renaissance literature drama contemporary literature and creative writing Her poetry and scholarly work has been published by and or presented to the Conference on Christianity and Literature the South Atlantic Modern Language Association and the Mississippi Philological Association Cheryl Maqueda Assistant Professor of Spanish 601 318 6440 E mail cmaqueda wmcarey edu Maqueda s undergraduate education at Mobile College included living in Seville Spain where she became fluent in Spanish She continues to return to Seville in summer terms where she teaches and works in Carey s Spanish exchange consortium with Texas Tech and other schools She received her M A T L with a concentration in Spanish from the University of Southern Mississippi At Carey Ms Maqueda teaches all levels of Spanish including upper level classes for Spanish minors Her related activities include mission work in Mexico and Chile as well as translation for Forrest General Hospital Hispanic residents the Salvation Army and the International Student Organization at Carey She is an active presenter and officer at various foreign language teachers conferences including the MFLA Marsha Newman Associate Professor of English 601 318 6148 E mail mnewman wmcarey edu Marsha Newman holds a Ph D in Modern British Literature from U C Berkeley and she taught for a number of years at St Mary s College in California where she directed an interdisciplinary program in Liberal and Civic Studies Her research interests include British Romanticism with a focus on the work of William Blake Her recent research explores the response of Romantic poets to the science of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Newman teaches a broad range of courses including composition World Literature British Literature Literary Theory and Criticism and literature of the Romantic era Dolores O Mary Administrative Assistant in the Language and Literature Department on the Hattiesburg campus 601 318 6592 E mail domary wmcarey edu Thomas Richardson Professor of Language and Literature and Chair Department of Language and Literature 601 318 6593 E mail trichardson wmcarey edu Richardson s academic interests include American literature especially Mark Twain and his contemporaries and southern literature and culture He has written on Cable Twain Styron Larry Brown Tennessee Williams William Alexander Percy and Shirley Ann Grau among others His work in literary history includes articles on local color and humor for the History of Southern Literature the Encyclopedia of Southern Culture and the Companion to Southern Literature as well as a chapter on Mississippi writers for Mississippi Portrait of An American State a textbook for high school use He has worked at Southern Mississippi Alabama Auburn and Vanderbilt in addition to Carey where he teaches a broad range of courses in writing and literature and has served as department chair since 2005 Rafeal Sanchez Alonso Professor of Spanish E mail rsanchez wmcarey edu Rafael Sanchez Alonso a native from Spain came to the University of Southern Mississippi s Department of

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  • School Department News | William Carey University
    represented by company members Examples of schools represented include Vanderbilt Julliard Wake Forest and Duke The dinner theatre s two productions are presented in June and July For the 40th season in 2015 the company presented Church Basement Ladies a musical comedy by Jim Stowell and Jessica Zuehlke with music and lyrics by Drew Jansen and Beehive a musical tribute to the popular female singers of the 1960s written by Larry Gallagher Carey has a long history of excellence in theatre including the widely acclaimed Carey Dinner Theatre said Dr Tommy King Carey president Outstanding faculty and wonderful students have made the theatre program a success The 41st season s production schedule and show selections will be announced in May Auditions for cast and crew positions will begin in March For more information on the dinner theatre visit www wmcarey edu cdt email cdt wmcarey edu or call 601 318 6218 Carey Theatre Professor to Appear in Christian Film Tuesday January 5 2016 3 32pm Keone Fuqua a William Carey University theatre professor will appear on the silver screen in the upcoming Christian film Yellow Day The film directed by Carl Lauten follows a young man s journey through the Yellow Day a miraculous day where the world is revealed as seen through the eyes of God according to a review in The Christian Post The film was produced in Mobile Alabama and uses both live action and high quality animation to reveal how God s grace changes lives Fuqua chair of Carey s Department of Theatre and Communication since August 2015 portrays the janitor Joseph in the film Without revealing the plot of the film Fuqua said his character is used to help a couple come together he is used by God in an indirect way in the film His involvement with the film started through a friendship with G P Galle Jr the film s writer I was inspired by his desire to make a movie without compromising his faith said Fuqua In addition to his character role Fuqua also did early pre production work on the film Fuqua formerly the director of film and theatre at the University of Mobile has portrayed characters in a number of films including The Perfect Weapon an upcoming sci fi film starring Steven Seagal Other films in Fuqua s portfolio include Night Claws and The Dragon Warrior Yellow Day opened on Christmas Day in Mobile but will expand to 80 additional theaters on January 8 including The Grand Theatre on Grand Drive in Hattiesburg For more information on the film visit www yellowdaymovie com William Carey University Theatre to Present Children s Show Thursday November 19 2015 2 33pm The William Carey University Theatre will present Herbert and the Magic Mirror an original play for children by Jeanna Graves at 7 p m on December 10 12 in the Joe and Virginia Tatum Theatre on the Hattiesburg campus The play is about cousins Shelby and Robert as they spend the afternoon

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  • Carey Dinner Theatre Awarded Pine Belt Image Award | William Carey University
    Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE Carey Dinner Theatre Awarded Pine Belt Image Award William Carey University s Carey Dinner Theatre was awarded the second annual Pine Belt Image Award during the Pine Belt chapter of the Public Relations Association of Mississippi s annual awards banquet at Lake Terrace Convention Center in Hattiesburg on January 19 The Image Award recognizes an organization or individual for an achievement in public relations which significantly improves the image of the Pine Belt on a regional or national scale or which greatly increases the quality of life of a segment of the area s residents or the region as a whole The inaugural award recipient in 2014 was FestivalSouth Mississippi s only multi week multi genre arts festival Carey Dinner Theatre was founded in 1975 when Obra Quave then chair of Carey s Department of Theatre and Communication and other faculty and staff members wanted to give their young performers a professional and educationally sound opportunity to express their talents in a unique format There was also a desire to offer to the public quality entertainment that the whole family could enjoy A distinctive feature of the dinner theatre from the beginning has been that student company members serve tables during dinner By the time the performance has started each person in the audience has had some personal contact with at least one member of the dinner theatre s company Selected from auditions held every spring college students from across the country try out for performing technical and clerical positions in the company More than 50 schools have been represented by company members Examples of schools represented include Vanderbilt Julliard Wake Forest and Duke The dinner theatre s two productions are presented in June and July For the 40th season in 2015 the company presented Church Basement Ladies a musical comedy

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  • Carey Theatre Professor to Appear in Christian Film | William Carey University
    Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE Carey Theatre Professor to Appear in Christian Film Keone Fuqua a William Carey University theatre professor will appear on the silver screen in the upcoming Christian film Yellow Day The film directed by Carl Lauten follows a young man s journey through the Yellow Day a miraculous day where the world is revealed as seen through the eyes of God according to a review in The Christian Post The film was produced in Mobile Alabama and uses both live action and high quality animation to reveal how God s grace changes lives Fuqua chair of Carey s Department of Theatre and Communication since August 2015 portrays the janitor Joseph in the film Without revealing the plot of the film Fuqua said his character is used to help a couple come together he is used

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