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English Department News
On Jan. 28, Edward Schiappa gave a lecture entitled, "In What Ways Shall We Say Mathematics is Rhetorical?" at Carnegie Mellon University.
There is a good chance that your favorite TV show or movie has a connection to Carnegie Mellon University’s English Department. From “Toy Story” to the hottest sci-fi television hits, creative writing alumni are writing, producing and directing.
Jim Daniels is teaching a nonfiction writing course called “Life Writing” and another course in which he works closely with creative writing students as they complete their senior projects. But, you won’t find Daniels at CMU.
Congratulations to English Department students Jessica Harrell, Susan Tanner and Pierce Williams who were among the selected Andrew W. Mellon fellows!
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