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    Linda Evans, Department Administrator, at 713-348-4846 or lre1@rice.edu
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  • Browning

    Professor Logan Browning
    Professor Browning specializes in Victorian literature and publishing history, and his current research also includes the study of writing in and about New Orleans. He teaches courses on Victorian Literature, Major British Writers, and New Orleans.
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  • Brittany Henry wins WLA essay prize

    Brittany Henry wins WLA essay prize
    English graduate student Brittany Henry is the recipient of the inaugural Grover Award from the Western Literature Association in recognition of the distinctive scholarly contribution reflected in her essay, "The Jeremiad and the West in Survivors: A Novel of the Coming Collapse."
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  • Study abroad at the University of Exeter through the Rice English Department
    English majors who have completed both ENGL 200 and 300 and who have at least a 3.0 can apply to study abroad at the University of Exeter and receive Rice academic credit. For more information, please contact Dongming De Angelis in the Study Abroad Office and/or visit the Exeter website.The deadline is March 15th for the Fall semester and October 15th for Spring. Students should complete both the Rice and Exeter applications See more information about the application process and deadlines here.

    Congratulations to English Alumnus Ibrahim Khan!
    Rice alumnus Muhammad Ibrahim Khan is one of 32 U.S. students who has won the distinguished Marshall Scolarship for 2016. The scholarship funds American students pursuing graduate studies in the UK. Marshall Scholars are selected based on academic merit, leadership potential, and ambassadorial potential. Ibrahim graduated in 2013 from Rice with a B.A. in English and cognitive science, and is currently a graduate student at Dartmouth College. With the Marshall Scholarship, he will undertake a graduate degree in philosophy in Islamic studies and history at Oxford University. Read more at Rice News.