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Chang Publishes Essay on ‘Drawing the Oankali: Imagining Race, Gender, and the Posthuman in Butler’s Dawn’

Dr. Edmond Y. Chang

Dr. Edmond Chang’s essay “Drawing the Oankali: Imagining Race, Gender, and the Posthuman in Butler’s Dawn” was published in the edited collection Approaches to Teaching the Works of Octavia E. Butler from The Modern Language Association. Chang is Assistant Professor of English at Ohio University. According to Chang, “Octavia Butler’s […]

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September 30, 2019 at 4:12 pmResearch

Anna Chotlos Publishes Essay on Raccoon Olympics

Anna Chotlos

Ohio University graduate student Anna Chotlos published an essay featuring swimming raccoons and a park naturalist whose “eyebrows look like albino wooly bear caterpillars” in Hippocampus. Her essay, Raccoon Olympics, begins: “I’m eleven years old, wearing a hand-me-down tie-dye t-shirt way too big for me, and soccer shorts—my legs riddled […]

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September 25, 2019 at 2:19 pmResearch

Mazakis Named Finalist for 2020 Miller Williams Poetry Prize

Angie Mazakis

Ohio University graduate student Angie Mazakis’ collection I Was Waiting to See what You Would Do First was named a finalist for the 2020 Miller Williams Poetry Prize and will be published next year by the University of Arkansas Press. Mazakis’ manuscript was also a finalist for the National Poetry […]

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September 24, 2019 at 10:58 amNews

LeMay Wins 2019 CutBank Chapbook Prize for ‘Remember Me’

Dr. Eric LeMay

Dr. Eric LeMay, Associate Professor of English, wins the 2019 CutBank Chapbook contest for “Remember Me: An Essay.” LeMay’s long essay will be published as a chapbook by CutBank, the literary journal of the University of Montana, in 2020. The CutBank Chapbook Contest honors three works of “startling, evocative, and […]

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September 17, 2019 at 9:57 amResearch

Crowl Delivers Paper, Keynote and Contributes to Several Books

Dr. Samuel Crowl

Sam Crowl, Trustee Professor of English Emeritus, remains active as he approaches 50 years of teaching and writing at Ohio University. In June he delivered a paper, “Dance Out the Answer: Kenneth Branagh’s Film of Much Ado about Nothing as Festive Comedy” at the Shakespearean Theatre Conference held annually at […]

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August 24, 2019 at 4:00 pmResearch

Babcock and Distel Coedit Sherwood Anderson Book

Babcock and Distel Coedit Sherwood Anderson Book

Ph.D. candidates Aaron Babcock and Kristin Distel have recently published and presented in a variety of venues about Ohio author Sherwood Anderson and other Midwestern writers. Babcock specializes in American immigrant fiction published between Reconstruction and the Second World War, while Distel’s focus is female characters’ experience of shame in […]

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July 2, 2019 at 2:35 pmEvents News Students in the News

Ritzenthaler Publishes Story in Nashville Review

Melanie Ritzenthaler

Graduate student Melanie Ritzenthaler‘s new story, “Fever Creek,” is published in the latest issue of Nashville Review. Ritzenthaler is a doctoral student in OHIO’s English Department, where she specializes in Creative Writing (Fiction). Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Ninth Letter, West Branch, Colorado Review, Salamander, and […]

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April 28, 2019 at 10:57 amResearch