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This chair of the English department finds the diversity of UNLV a good match for his interest in multi-ethnic literature.
New graduate and author Manuela Bowles on rejection letters, Margaret Atwood, and building a career long before commencement.
Last week’s ouster of Bill O’Reilly, the Fox News ratings juggernaut, over quiet settlements in numerous sexual harassment cases against women, drew attention to the treatment of women in the workplace — a topic also swirling at the Minnesota Legislature.
Jarret Keene is a fan of the apocalypse.
He’s edited books about it, played music about it, and now he’s giving a talk about it.
The UNLV University Libraries will host "Sin City Apocalypse: Writing and Editing Las Vegas Dystopian Futures" on March 28 at 4 p.m. in the Lied Library. Dr. Jarret Keene, assistant professor in residence of English at UNLV, will survey fictional and cinematic images of the neon heartland
UNLV professor Amy Green has fought to ensure video games receive the literary recognition they deserve. Her goal has been realized at Lied Library, where students enrolled in her literature courses can now pluck award-winning games such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Fallout 4 off the shelves as easily as a compendium of Shakespearean sonnets.
Felicia Campbell is the longest-serving full-time faculty member at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, which already makes her career notable in a facts-and-figures kind of way. But what makes Campbell’s tenure at UNLV really notable is the stuff that she’s packed into her 50-plus years there.
Professor and Chair of English
An expert in the literature of the United States.
Assistant Professor, English
An expert on African-American history and literature.
An English professor with expertise in American Indian Studies.