Current Happenings 

2/5/15:  Prof. Neil Connelly will read from his new novel, A Pocket Guide to Divorce, 3:30pm, DHC 151.

2/26/15:  Dr. Nicole Santalucia will present a poetry reading, 3:30 pm, location tba.

3/31/15: Maria Gillen, Director of Creative Writing at Binghamton University, will present the Taggart Series poetry reading.  (details tba)

4/9/15:  Dr. Michael Bibby will present his new research, "'The Disinterested and the Fine': New Negro Renaissance Poetry and the Racial Formation of Modernist Studies."  3:30pm, DHC 051

All events are free and open to all! 

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Contact Information

Dauphin Humanities Center, 128
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA  17257
Phone: 717. 477.1495
Fax: 717.477.4020

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Courses Summer 2014

Term 3

ENG 238 Technical Writing 1
Dr. Carla Kungl

ENG 248: Introduction to Culturally Diverse Literature

Dr. Raymond E. Janifer

ENG 250: Introduction to Literature
Dr Sharon Harrow

ENG 308: Fiction Writing
Dr. Neil Connelly

English 308 (Fiction Writing) Online will be a dynamic creative writing class with plenty of room for self-pacing.  Using great short stories and sometimes unusual prompts for writing exercises, the first half of the course will explore the elements of narrative.  During the second half, every student will compose his/her own original story and have it reviewed by the class in a supportive, interactive workshop.  There are no prequisites for this course, only the desire to write good fiction.

Term 4

 ENG 106: Writing-Intensive First-Year Seminar (WIFYS)
Dr. Raymond Janifer
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8:00-11:30, MTWR 

ENG 249/ ENG 250 Introduction to Literature: at Wallops Island
Drs. Laurie and Matthew Cella
(This course fulfills the General Education Category B Literature requirement)
0800-1130, MTWR

Term 5

ENG 106: Writing-Intensive First-Year Seminar (WIFYS)

Dr. Nathan Mao
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0800-1130, MTWR

ENG 106: Writing-Intensive First-Year Seminar (WIFYS)
Dr. Tom Crochunis
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0800-1130, MTWR