This page contains archived department news stories.
CAS research shares research opportunities for the humanities [02.18.2015]
The CAS Office of Research and Scholarship was established in 2001 to provide this high level of expertise paired with a professional diplomacy in our modest team of an Associate Dean for Research and supporting research team, as a go-to resource for researchers and scholars in every area of the research enterprise at the USF College of Arts and Sciences.
Homegrown Faculty Series featured John Lennon, Ph.D. [01.15.2015]
On Jan. 14 the USF Humanities Institute’s “Homegrown Faculty Series” kicked off the spring semester with Associate Professor John Lennon’s presentation on his recently published book, “Boxcar Politics: The Hobo in U.S. Culture and Literature, 1869-1956."
Department announces recent accomplishments [01.18.2015]
Our English graduate students, alumni and faculty have been busy. Check out their recent accomplishments.
Digital Writing Tools for Global Citizens Colloquium [02.18.2015]
USF organized the 2015 Digital Writing Tools for Global Citizens Colloquium on Jan. 16, 2015 in the Marshall Student Center. Joe Moxley, the director of composition at USF, hosted the event that featured presenters from NC State University, UPenn, MIT and our own alumni, Kate Pantelides, from Eastern Michigan University.
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.