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    Student and alumni work that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

  • student alumni publication image

    Student and alumni work that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

  • student alumni publication image

    Student and alumni work that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

  • student alumni publication image

    Student and alumni work that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

  • student alumni publication image

    Student and alumni work that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

  • student alumni publication image

    Student and alumni publications that were developed from TCNJ English MA program seminars and faculty supervised research have recently appeared in these publications

Graduate Student Wins Award

Graduate Student Wins Award

Michelle Lesniak received an Honorable Mention Award for a paper she presented at the 2017 Sigma Tau Delta Convention.  Her essay, written for Professor Mindi McMann, was entitled “Boyhood Bonds and the Privilege of Mobility,” and was presented at the “Men of the World” session which focused on world literature and constructions of masculine identity. … Continue Reading

M.A. Graduate to Present at Literary Conference

M.A. Graduate to Present at Literary Conference

  Nicole Dittmer, a recent graduate of TCNJ’s M.A. program, has been accepted to present her work on the Salem Witch Trials at the Society of Early Americanists Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma in early March 2017. Dittmer’s essay, entitled “’Nor [Ever] Was in This Place Before’: A Modern Day Case Study of Bridget Bishop, Salem’s… Continue Reading

Profile of a 5-Year M.A. Student: Steven Wills

Profile of a 5-Year M.A. Student: Steven Wills

In an effort to bring The College of New Jersey’s English Graduate Program students closer together, profiles of various students will appear on this site throughout the year. These profiles should give you – be you an incoming student, current student, or faculty member – an insight into the complex, brilliant minds studying in our… Continue Reading

Celebrating the TCNJ Graduate English Symposium: CHANGE

Celebrating the TCNJ Graduate English Symposium: CHANGE

On Saturday, March 26th, the English Graduate Program hosted its Second Annual Student and Alumni Symposium, centered on the theme of Change as inspired by the Cultural and Intellectual Community Program Council (CICPC) annual theme. This event continued last year’s establishment of a forum for current MA students to come together with alumni of the program… Continue Reading

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Profile of a TCNJ Professor: Catie Rosemurgy

Profile of a TCNJ Professor: Catie Rosemurgy

  Catie Rosemurgy is both a professor at The College of New Jersey and a professional poet. She has published two collections thus far (My Favorite Apocalypse and The Stranger Manual) with Graywolf Press, one of the nation’s premier literary publishers. Professor Rosemurgy is teaching a class for the English Graduate Program in the spring… Continue Reading

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