Records of the College of Arts and Sciences: Records of the Department of English

1962-2020; 1962-1998
University Archives #UA25-05
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1.5 Cubic Feet, 0.004 Gigabytes
Preferred Citation
[Item description]. Records of the Department of English. UA25-05, Box [number]. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
Repository
East Carolina University Archives
Access
This collection is available for research use. Digital materials may be available for use only in the Special Collections Research Room and may be inaccessible due to hardware or software requirements.

This collection contains publications, SACS documents including self-studies, departmental faculty meeting minutes, annual reports, student work, and policy documents from the Department of English.


Biographical/historical information

The Department of English offers three degrees: a B.A., and M.A., and a Ph.D., as well as various minors and certificates. They offer coursework in literature, creative writing, technical and professional communication, rhetoric and composition, multicultural and transnational literatures, linguistics, theory and criticism, folklore, children's literature, teaching English to speakers of other languages, and film studies.


Scope and arrangement

This collection contains publications, SACS documents including self-studies, departmental faculty meeting minutes, annual reports, student work, and policy documents from the Department of English.


Administrative information
Copyright notice

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Related material

This collection is a part of Records of the College of Arts and Sciences.


Container list
Box 1 Annual Reports, 1962-1974
Box 1 Annual Reports, 1975-1980
Box 1 Annual Reports, 1980-1986
Box 1 Annual Reports, 1992-1993
Box 1 Annual Reports, 1986-1992
Box 1 Faculty, 1963-1970
Box 1 Faculty Minutes, 1971-1976
Box 2 Faculty, 1977-1985
Box 2 Self-Study for Board of Higher Ed, 1966
Box 2 Children's Folklore Newsletter, 1979-1990
Box 2 Clippings, 1970-1974
Box 2 The Common Reader, November 1982- February 1984
Box 2 English Language Academy, 1995
Box 2 Green, Paul to Dr. Ebbs, 1966
Box 2 Graduate Student Handbook, 1992
Box 2 Hester, Erwin; Cha, 1977
Box 2 Miscellaneous
Box 2 Museletter, Spring 1987
Box 2 Publications
Box 2 Self Study Evaluation
Box 3 Self-Study Evaluation, 1993
Box 3 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1971
Box 3 Unit Code, 1977-1991
Box 3 Wiley, Charles G.; Chair, 1968
Box 3 Lorraine Hale Robinson's class' coursework, 1998, undated
UA25.05.26 TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference

View papers from the TESOL/Applied Linguistics Graduate Students Conference in The ScholarShip.

UA25.05.27 Cheryl Dudasik-Wigg's class' coursework- COVID-19 reflections, 2020

This file contains digital files of an assignment students completed for Cheryl Dudasik-Wiggs' fall 2020 ENGL 1100 Foundations of College Writing course. Students were asked to reflect on their experiences dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. These assignments can be viewed on our Documenting COVID-19 in Eastern North Carolina website.

UA25.05.28 FAQ about COVID-19 related changes, 2020-04

This item contains information on changes the Department of English made in its teaching in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This digital file was collected as part of Academic Library Services efforts to document COVID-19's effects on the campus community.