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Quentin Johnson Linguistics Lecture: Professor Emeritus Tracey Derwing

Professor Emeritus Tracey Derwing will give the annual Quentin Johnson Linguistics Lecture on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.  Her title and abstract are below. She will also give a talk on Tuesday afternoon in the department (title to be announced). Please put this on your schedule. Location to be announced. Accent-Schmaccent: What Really Matters to Understanding … Continue reading Quentin Johnson Linguistics Lecture: Professor Emeritus Tracey Derwing

Tuesday, April 9
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ENGL 510 (Intro to Computers in Applied Linguistics) Technology Showcase

The students in Professor Jim Ranalli’s ENGL 510 Introduction to Computer in Applied Linguistics invite you to a showcase of their culminating projects.  Experience hands-on demonstrations of these unique technological creations, which have been 10 weeks in the making.  This year’s eclectic array of projects include: a speech-recognition based safari park adventure for young L2 … Continue reading ENGL 510 (Intro to Computers in Applied Linguistics) Technology Showcase

December 11, 2018, 12:00-1:30pm | 212 Ross Hall
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Emerging Writers

Fiction: Renee Christopher Poetry: Crystal Stone Non-Fiction: Riley Morsman

Thursday, February 21, 7:30pm | Design on Main, Ames
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Emerging Writers

Fiction:  Eric Williams Poetry:  Ana McCracken Non-Fiction:  Brendan Curtain

Thursday, January 17, 2019, 7:30pm | Design on Main, Ames
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Wine and Poetry Night

Enjoy Wine and Poetry Night on Friday, December 7 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Plot Twist Bookstore. Members of English who will be featured are Deb Marquart, Allison Boyd Justus, Crystal Stone, and Chloe Clark.

December 7, 2018, 6:00-8:00pm | Plot Twist Bookstore
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Phorum Speaker Series: Dr. Jason Swarts

Dr. Jason Swarts is a Professor of English in Technical Communication at NC State.  His research focuses include mobile communication technologies, computer-supported cooperative work, and studies of location and place.  All are welcome to attend.  Dr. Swarts will be speaking in 420 Ross through Skype.

December 6, 2018, 3:00pm | 420 Ross Hall