College of Arts & Sciences
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Widely praised by readers and critics, Michael Farris Smith’s debut novel, “Rivers,” will continue its story of a hurricane-ravaged Mississippi with a prequel, also to be published by Simon & Schuster.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – In fall 2014, Mississippi University for Women will offer its master of arts in women’s leadership, which will give students the opportunity to use knowledge of women’s issues as a force for change in today’s world.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Online, bookstores, and now airports are the latest location where Michael Farris Smith’s debut novel “Rivers” can be purchased.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- The Bard may be nearly 450 years old, but he still matters today, according to an assistant professor of English at Mississippi University for Women who has been named the university’s Humanities Teacher of the Year.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Winners of The W’s Common Reading Initiative essay contest will be officially recognized tonight at the opening of the annual Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium.
COLUMBUS, MS -- Esteemed Southern writer Ellen Gilchrist will give the keynote reading for the 25th annual Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium, held October 24-26, 2013 on the campus of Mississippi University for Women.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- A respected faculty member and administrator at Mississippi University for Women is shifting his focus and exchanging administrative duties for academic. Dr. Thomas Richardson, currently Dean of Arts & Sciences, will continue his academic career with the university as Eudora Welty Chair in Humanities and Professor of English.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Gaining both a deeper immersion in language, as well as an understanding of another culture, were part of a recent study-abroad trip for a group of W students and their instructor.
The debut of critically acclaimed first novel of The W's English professor and author Michael Farris Smith is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- With hurricanes and tropical storms predicted to become more frequent and stronger, Michael Farris Smith’s debut novel has an eerie suggestion of possibility about it.
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Department of Languages, Literature, & PhilosophyDr. Bridget PieschelChair
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