Department of English
This page contains archived department news stories.
CAS professor publishes “Songs for the Deaf” [02.27.2014]
In the world of academia, the phrase “publish or perish” is symbolic for the longevity of many professors’ careers. At the University of South Florida, John Fleming is on the path to immortality.
Professor awarded National Endowment for the Humanities grant [02.13.2014]
Marty Gould, associate professor of English at the University South Florida College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a $112,000 grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities to direct a four-week summer seminar for K-12 schoolteachers at the University of California, Santa Cruz in July 2014.
English professor’s latest book released [12.06.2013]
A University of South Florida English professor’s new book examines the writings of Lady Anne Bacon Drury (1572-1624), who was the granddaughter and niece of two of England's Lord Keepers of the Great Seal, Sir Nicholas Bacon and Sir Francis Bacon.
English professor recognized for scholarly excellence [12.05.2013]
A University of South Florida creative writing professor was one of 11 faculty members honored by USF for oustanding scholarship and research.
USF hosts discussion about award winning author Norman Mailer [10.23.2013]
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winning writer Norman Mailer authorized his friend and long-time archivist J. Michael Lennon to chronicle his life and the much anticipated result, “Norman Mailer: A Double Life,” has finally arrived.