Read the latest books from our English professors
Looking for good books to read over winter break? Our professors have been hard at work to give you four great new book options:
- Alan Golding's Writing into the Future, published by the University of Alabama Press, considers how different versions of the "new" have been constructed and recycled throughout American poetry, from the era of "The Dial" to the present digital age.
- Bruce Horner's Teaching and Studying Transnational Composition, published by the Modern Language Association and co-edited with Christiana Donahue, offers methods writing students and teachers can use to engage with difference across languages, borders, and cultures.
- Deborah Lutz has not only edited a new volume of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights, but she's also recently published Victorian Paper Art and Craft: Writers and Their Materials with Oxford University Press. This latest book explores the gendered elements of Victorian writing practices, from needlework to dressmaking.
To take classes with these wonderful scholars and teachers, visit our Spring course calendar.