Fordham English's teaching practicum is singled out for praise in an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education
Summer and Fall 2015 feature an array of interesting English graduate course offerings.
A seminar on Horror and Madness in Fiction and Film is being offered in Fordham's Summer Session 2. The course counts for an American 2 or Elective Requirement and is open to non-degree students.
The Fall 2015 English graduate course schedule includes Research Methods; Theatrical Enterprise in Early Modern England; Romanticism and Private Life; Eighteenth Century Travel; Memory, Trauma, Narrative; Approaches to American Literature Before 1900; 20th Century American Novel: A Violent Survey; Themes in Pre-Conquest Literature; and Late Medieval Women. Two creative writing options include a Master Class on The Short Story and a Playwriting Workshop.
For continuing graduate students, registration begins on April 7th for Summer and Fall 2015 English Graduate Courses.
For further information, please contact Martine Stern at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more than a decade, scholarship on the work of literary giant James Joyce found a home in the Joyce Studies Annual, a premier journal created in 1989 by Thomas Stanley at the University of Texas.
When Stanley retired as editor in 2003, the journal went unpublished for years—that is, until two Fordham English professors and the Fordham University Press picked up the project in 2007 to continue the legacy. Professor of English Philip Sicker and Associate Professor Moshe Gold are now the co-editors of JSA, which pays homage to “the most influential novelist of the 20th century.”
Read the entire article, which was written by Joanna Mercuri and published in Inside Fordham on December 8, 2014.