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Register NOW for Winter Study Away at Sundance 2015!

Film the way it’s supposed to be—engaged, active, & independent! Gain access to film making elite while earning WKU credit. Click the flyer for a larger image, and go to the Sundance Winter 2015 webpage for more information about the program! Email Dr. Ted Hovet or Dr. Dawn Hall with questions. Also join our Facebook group to stay up to
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WKU Student Wins at the Nashville Film Festival

The English Department congratulates Charles Dillon Ward on his recent Nashville Film Festival Award in the “Thriller/Horror Short Film” category for his script The Ants Go Marching, which Ward says “is about sacrificing your soul to save your children.” The NaFF is a 10-day public celebration of film where Ward joined industry insiders and other filmmakers. Ward’s script was one
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Interview With Dr. Jerod Hollyfield on the Making of His Film “Goodfriends”

Dr. Jerod Hollyfield has been very busy promoting his film “Goodfriends” on the film festival circuit, and was recently interviewed at the Knoxville Film Festival by The Daily Times and Knoxville.com. You can also visit Dr. Hollyfield’s blog, The Noisy Philistine and be sure to like the “Goodfriends” facebook page to stay up-to-date on the film’s happenings. “Goodfriends” will screen
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Upcoming Event: 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture

Friday, November 22nd at 1:00 p.m. Cherry Hall 125 Come out and support your friends and fellow English majors!  Click here to download the program. The Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is an annual event sponsored by the Western Kentucky University English Department, with generous support from the Provost’s Initiatives for Excellence. The conference features original analytical essays
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Dr. Hovet Co-edits Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier

Dr. Ted Hovet, Professor of Film Studies and English at Western Kentucky University, recently co-edited the Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol. 1 (3) for the fall 2013 issue with Lisa Patti, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Media and Society Program at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. They were very involved in the process of creating the Dossier, from crafting a call
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Extension to Submission Date for Undergraduate Conference: Now Due Monday

If you’re scrambling to get your submission together for the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture, take a deep breath…you have until Monday now! Dr. Ted Hovet notified us late yesterday afternoon that they would be accepting submissions that are turned in by Monday afternoon. If you need a cover sheet, stop by the English office (Cherry
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Deadline for Submissions to the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is Tomorrow

The deadline for student submissions to the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is tomorrow, Friday, November 1st. Be sure to ask for a cover sheet when you drop off your submission in the English office         (Cherry 135) by 4:30 p.m. Length of submission should be appropriate for a 10-minute reading time. The Undergraduate Conference on Literature,
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Just in Time for Halloween: Monster Movie Double Features

Contact Dr. Ted Hovet for more details.