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Stoyan Tchaprazov won a PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant

Stoyan Tchaprazov won for his translation from the Bulgarian of The Misunderstood Civilization by Dobri Voinikov. From the judges’ citation: A caustic satire from 1871, Dobri Voinikov’s play The Misunderstood Civilization is an indictment of the drive to westernize in the years leading up to Bulgaria’s independence from the Ottoman Empire. Hadji Kosta, the protagonist of the play … Continue reading Stoyan Tchaprazov won a PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant

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Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).

Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).  “The State of Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety in Africa 2022” was co-authored by Paul Kimumwe, Victor Kapiyo, Simone Toussi, and Dr. Wairagala Wakabi.  The report assesses the state of … Continue reading Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).

Mica Meader, senior English, has been published in JUMP+.

Mica’s publication was originally created for English/Speech Comm 275, “Analysis of Popular Culture Texts.”  In her piece, “Environmental Justice in Animal Crossings New Horizons,” viewers get a tour of Mica Meader’s island in Animal Crossing designed to highlight problematic behaviors built into the game—behaviors that drive negative actions for which the player is rewarded. The tour … Continue reading Mica Meader, senior English, has been published in JUMP+.

CATEGORIES: Department Events

Science with Cyclones

Reiman Gardens and the ISU English Department invite the public to attend an evening of science fair fun on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at Reiman Garden’s Mahlstede Building. From 5:30-7:30 p.m., ISU science students will present a variety of interactive science displays on fun topics. Plus, don’t miss a chance to catch up with Scientist Cy. … Continue reading Science with Cyclones

November 16, 2022, 5:30-7:30pm | Reiman  Gardens