Posts tagged with: "James Sutton"

The top 10 departments for global learning ranked

The top 10 departments for global learning ranked

In just five years, global learning has become an integral part of FIU, helping students gain a greater understanding of global […]

Romeu takes a closer look at a sample copy of the Folio, also on display in the exhibit.

Alumna puts English degree to work preserving Shakespeare’s legacy

It’s not every day that FIU graduates’ jobs bring them from Washington, D.C., back to their alma mater. But for […]

Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

It’s 1598, and you’re on your way to the Globe Theater to watch one of Shakespeare’s plays. You walk along the dirt […]

James Sutton, chair of the FIU Department of English, gave a talk on how Macbeth is set apart from all other Shakespearean tragedies, including its allegiances to King James I, at the "Symposium on the Study and Teaching of Shakespeare."

Lessons still to be learned from Shakespeare

FIU is shaping the way Shakespeare is taught in local schools. In partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the university […]

Title page of the First Folio. Photo courtesy of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Dates announced for Shakespeare’s First Folio exhibit

William Shakespeare’s First Folio is slated to arrive at FIU’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in February 2016. As part of […]

Author Kekla Magoon meets with FIU students to discuss her latest book "How It Went Down" as part of the Writers for Young Readers program.

Nationally-recognized authors inspire young writers

Kekla Magoon, award-winning author of children’s and young adult books, recently visited campus. She met with students in Rhona Trauvitch’s […]

Title page of the First Folio. Photo courtesy of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Shakespeare first edition coming to Miami

FIU has been selected as the only site in Florida to host a first complete edition of William Shakespeare’s plays. […]

Professor Ernst Borinski teaching in the Social Science Lab, Tougaloo College, MS, ca. 1960. Photo courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Exhibit takes viewers ‘Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow’

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […]

Creative Writing professor edits The Best American Poetry 2013

Creative Writing professor edits The Best American Poetry 2013

Denise Duhamel, professor in the Creative Writing Program, has guest edited The Best American Poetry 2013. The honor comes twenty […]

Lindsay Rosenthal

Alumna fights to improve health care access for foster care girls

FIU alumna Lindsay Rosenthal ’07 has been granted the Ms. Foundation for Women’s 2013-2014 fellowship. As part of the foundation’s […]

Late FIU founder’s life, accomplishments to be celebrated on campus March 26

Late FIU founder’s life, accomplishments to be celebrated on campus March 26

The FIU family will come together to honor one of its founding fathers. The entire university community is invited to […]

Two-time FIU graduate selected as President Obama’s 2013 Inaugural Poet

Two-time FIU graduate selected as President Obama’s 2013 Inaugural Poet

On Jan. 21, the entire world will be watching as President Barack Obama is sworn in on the steps of […]

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Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

English and Creative Writing professor Campbell McGrath was recently named a United States Artists (USA) Fellow. McGrath was one of 52 […]

Writing center director to be honored for collaborative learning

Writing center director to be honored for collaborative learning

Paula Gillespie, associate professor and director of the FIU Center for Excellence in Writing (CEW), is the 2011 recipient of […]

English professor James Sutton on the new Shakespeare movie

Is Shakespeare who we think he is? FIU English professor James Sutton discusses the plot of the new Shakespeare movie, Anonymous, […]