Research Resources Sponsored by the English Department
- The Antislavery Literature Project
The goal of the Antislavery Literature Project is to increase public access to a body of literature crucial to understanding African American experience, US and hemispheric histories of slavery, and early human rights philosophies. (Geoffrey Sauer et al., 2001-)
A research project into electronic publishing which investigates methods of sustainable publishing practices, with over 280 members publishing over 34,000 works in the arts and humanities to more than 1.25 readers per month. (Geoffrey Sauer et al, 1990-)
Internet Writing Resource for the Innovative Teaching of English. (Volker Hegelheimer, 2003-)
ISUComm is an approach to university communication instruction that is contemporary in its attention to new information technology and comprehensive in addressing the many forms of communication practice.
- Technical Communication (and Technical Writing) Library
A project to develop a modern database-driven XML-based digital catalogue, which encourages research studies into taxonomy, information design, experience design and web usability. (Geoffrey Sauer et al, 2001-)
- Visual Rhetoric Interest Group
This is a space for discussion, grant/proposal development, collaborative writing and readings of interest to the visual rhetoric interest group.