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Activities & Opportunities

The English Department offers so many opportunities to get involved in together:

The Wheel Project

A focused dialogue, documented, and published work on young emerging and/or award-winning artists, particularly but not limited to artists of African Diaspora descent. Digitally Capturing and cataloging new Artists in Visual Arts, Theater, Literature, Music, Film, Dance, Fashion and Architecture.

English Club

This organization is open to all English majors, minors, graduate students, and those interested in literary endeavors.

Poetry Day

Each semester students are encouraged to read their original poetry during a festive event.

J. Marie McCleary Interdisciplinary Symposium

Students are invited to present their research papers at this scholarly annual venue.

Creative Writing

The English Department offers many opportunities for students interested in creative writing, including classes, writing groups, reading opportunities, and publication strategies.

Events

Black History Month Events - 2017

Austin James | VISUAL ARTIST, POET, AND TSU VISITING PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
Discusses the artistry involved in his latest visual art pieces on Martin Luther King, Jr., Jimi Hendrix, and Muhammad Ali. James also will read from his latest poetry collection, Brackish Waters. View Flyer

The National African American Read-In
Hosted by the Black Caucus of NCTE Flyer