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Catawba College's Writer-in-Residence Has Poems Accepted for Publication

January 24, 2006

Categories: English, Faculty

Catawba College Writer-In-Residence Dr. Janice Fuller has had several of her poems accepted for inclusion in different publications.The San Diego Reader selected Fuller's poem "My Aunt Raises Violets from Africa," as the Poem of the Week for its December 8, 2005 edition.   Pembroke Magazine will…

Notes From Kiev – Part II

December 8, 2005

Categories: Academics, English, Faculty, Students

EDITOR'S NOTE:   Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier, associate professor of English and assistant dean of Catawba College, along with wife Carol and their three sons, are living in Kiev between September 2005 and June 2006. Acree Cavalier is completing a Fulbright Lectureship in American literature there…

Notes From Kiev – Part II

December 8, 2005

Categories: Academics, English, Faculty, Students

EDITOR'S NOTE:   Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier, associate professor of English and assistant dean of Catawba College, along with wife Carol and their three sons, are living in Kiev between September 2005 and June 2006. Acree Cavalier is completing a Fulbright Lectureship in American literature there…

Catawba College Professor Publishes Article for Online Journal

December 5, 2005

Categories: Academics, English, Faculty

Dr. Bethany Sinnott, professor and chair of English at Catawba College, recently published an article  " 'N.C. Shakes': The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival" in a new peer-reviewed online Shakespeare journal at the University of Georgia named Borrowers and Lenders.   Read Article »

Catawba Student to Present at Major Conference

December 5, 2005

Categories: Academics, English, Students

Speaking on the stereotypes of Appalachian people in modern film, Chandra Lowe will be a presenter at the PCA/ACA National Conference 2006 in April.When Catawba College senior Chandra Lowe of Budd Lake, N.J. wrote her term paper for last fall's Appalachian Culture & Society Honors course, she…