English Literature and and Creative Writing majors have been selected to present original work at the 2020 Sigma Tau Delta International Convention as well as the National Conference on Undergraduate Research this March.
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English Literature and and Creative Writing majors have been selected to present original research at the 2020 Northwest Undergraduate Conference in Literature this March.
For the second year in a row, Pacific University English students have published work in the highly competitive international publications of the Sigma Tau Delta honor society, The Rectangle and The Review.
Physics Professor Andrew Dawes and Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth Tavares will be taking part in Fresh Eyes, a program that brings "civilians" into the theater rehearsal process.
Eight English Literature and and Creative Writing majors have been selected to present original research at the 2019 Northwest Undergraduate Conference in the Humanities.
Join us for Teatro Milagro’s Touring Production of Judge Torres featuring Pacific University student Élle Muñoz Robles. The play is followed by a talk-back discussion with the cast and director, which Pacific University Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth Tavares facilitates.
The Department of English is pleased to announce our 2019 program awards recognizing outstanding seniors as well as recipients of the Esther Evans, Irving Storey, and Steele memorial scholarships.
The award will allow Tavares to complete the manuscript for her first book, a study of four 16th-century British theater companies and their contributions..
The editors-in-chief of IJURCA: The International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities are pleased to announce the publication of two web issues, featuring original scholarship developed by undergraduates from across the globe.
The Department of English is pleased to announce the winners of the Pacific University 2018 Writing Contests in the categories of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, literary analysis, and college writing.