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 …

Every October, Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebrates Native American peoples while commemorating their histories and cultures. To honor the holiday, the GW English …

Annie Liontas’ non-fiction workshop. Best known for her work as founding Editor-in-chief of literary and art magazine No Tokens, and her debut memoir, LONG …

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

The English Department at the George Washington University stands with people of color and with all of those expressing outrage against the …

English major Jina Park published an essay in GW Hatchet in which she details how GW prepared her for the unexpected final semester of her college …