News: Department of English

Katherine Keller with book
Arts and Culture | September 23, 2016
Library technician Katherine Keller is fighting censorship of comic books and graphic novels through her work with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Shakespeare's First Folio
Arts and Culture | August 31, 2016
University Libraries packs the month with 14 events to celebrate the playwright's First Folio! exhibit. Plans include lectures, performances, and kids activities.
Elizabeth Jost
People | August 15, 2016
This senior admissions analyst takes both her job and her "geeky" hobbies seriously.
Carlos Campo
Campus News | May 10, 2016
Advice from Carlos Campo, College of Liberal Arts Alumnus of the Year
Beverly Rogers
People | November 10, 2015
Ardent collector and UNLV alumna Beverly Rogers on the value of books as historic artifacts.
Carol C. Harter
Arts and Culture | November 10, 2015
An oral history of the Black Mountain Institute by founder Carol C. Harter, president emerita.
Richard Wiley
People | November 10, 2015
Black Mountain Institute co-founder and globetrotting author Richard Wiley reflects on life after BMI and the gift of international perspective in an international city.
girl reading a book
Arts and Culture | November 10, 2015
UNLV’s Black Mountain Institute heads into its second decade: A roundtable discussion on mission, money, and dreams in the Republic of Letters.
four portraits
People | November 4, 2015
Our Alumni of the Year tell us what the learned when they faced a (fake) fire, a blank canvas, a dreaded phone call, and a mother's mortality.
scene from bioshock
Arts and Culture | October 2, 2015
English professor Amy Green on video games, digital storytelling, and player agency.
students view art gallery
Arts and Culture | September 29, 2015
While art is a focal point for visuals, this story reminds us of the impact it can have on the written word.
Joshua Shenk
People | September 10, 2015
The acclaimed writer and new executive director of the Black Mountain Institute on the personal nature of art, the importance of creative partnership, and his long and winding road to Las Vegas.