ENGL 295, an online summer course perfect for non English majors, will be devoted to The Hunger Games and various other novels/films/comics of that genre, including V for Vendetta, 1984, and Watchmen. Please email Todd if you need more information; please contact your adviser if you want to sign up for the course. The course runs from 5/11 – 6/19 during summer session 1. Advertisements Continue reading Summer Online Course: The Hunger Games and Dystopian Literature
On Feb. 25, Todd organized a panel titled “In and Out of the Liberal Arts Tradition.” Four professors, including MC Harper, spoke on the nature of the liberal arts. Lisa Crumit-Hancock, “Teaching Hitchcock: Using the Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinarity as … Continue reading MC, Todd, and Others Chat about the Liberal Arts
Tuesday at 11:00 am in the Zeller Room in Defiance Hall, Professors Crumit-Hancock, Harper, Lauer, and Comer will speak on the liberal arts tradition as part of Debating Defiance. Please note the new time and venue and join us for the conversation. In and Out of the Liberal Arts Tradition 11:00 am, Tuesday, February 24, Zeller Room Lisa Crumit-Hancock, “Teaching Hitchcock: Using the Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinarity as a Foundation for Composition Pedagogy” M.C. Harper, “The Greek Way with Art, Sport, and Thought: A Liberal Arts Approach to Living” Jeffrey Lauer, “Pertinence in a Liberal Arts Setting: Pedagogically Addressing Concerns … Continue reading Debating Defiance: a panel on the liberal arts
The Progeny home page may be seen here. Continue reading Here’s the Spring 2015 Progeny Crew
These pictures were both taken by DC English alum Angela Powell (who also is employed by the Defiance Public Library). More pictures may be seen here, and on our English Facebook page. Continue reading Pictures from MC and Dawn’s Reading at the Defiance Public Library
Progeny, Defiance College’s own literary magazine, is accepting submissions for the Spring 2015 Edition of Progeny. Let your ideas live in our next edition. We are looking for short stories, photographs, digital art, paintings, poetry of all kinds, creative non-fiction and virtually any other creative work. All submissions are put through a blind review process. Our editors will choose the best pieces to be included in the Spring 2015 Edition. Preliminary Deadline: February 24, 2015 Final Deadline: March 3, 2015 To view past editions of Progeny, please visit dcprogeny.org Submit your creative work to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading Calling all Writers, Artists, and Creative Thinkers!
English has reached out to Communication and Design and the three departments are now collaborating on a spring trip to Chicago; our March trip will include the music of Blue Man Group, the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the … Continue reading HUM 375 and the Spring Chicago Trip