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Pictured: Students on a Nov 2019 CMCS group field trip talking with artist Beth Beverly about ethical taxidermy and animal studies
Graduate students and faculty participate in research groups on campus. Current English Department working groups include the Forms and Aesthetics Group, the Environmental Humanities group, the Rhetoric and Compostion Group, the Marxism reading Group and the CMCS-sponsored Material Culture Studies Group. We also have various Writing Groups available. To join, email Jessica Venturi for the organizer contacts.
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Summer 2018 English Grad Student Bowling Event
In addition to conveying graduate student concerns to the DGS and graduate committee, Grad Reps also organize a variety of social events throughout the academic year. Check "events" for the latest happenings in the department.