Welcome Back!

 Dear English Department students,  Welcome back, and a special welcome to first-year and newly declared English majors just joining us for the …

COVID-19 has exacerbated anti-Asian racism—the demonization of a group of people based on their perceived social value—in the United States in the …

In Professor Alexa Alice Joubin‘s recent op-ed, she championed the value of the humanities in a globalized world. The world needs good …

Visiting Speaker: T. Kira Madden

On February 16th, author T Kira Madden hosted a conversation and Q&A with Professor Annie Liontas’ Creative Nonfiction writing workshop class. Her debut memoir Long …

    In early December, alumni Cameron LeBrun and Joey Garber dropped in on Professor Annie Liontas’ Nonfiction Workshop. The GW graduates collaborated …

GW English will hold a celebration of the publication of A Cultural History of Disability in 2021.  This will most likely be an …

  On November 19, New York Times-Bestselling author Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah hosted an intimate conversation with the students of Professor Annie Liontas’ Advanced Fiction class. …

  Jeannie Vanasco is the author of memoirs, Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl (2019) and The Glass Eye(2017).  Vanasco visited Professor …

Beginning October 27, join #GWBookLife for the second installment in the virtual book club series. Join us as we venture into a …