English, Theatre & Foreign Languages
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English, Theatre and Foreign Languages

Welcome! ¡Bienvenidos! 欢迎! Bienvenue! Acceptus! We live in a world of words. The means of delivery has changed over the centuries from vellum manuscripts to paper books to pixels on a screen, but verbal language continues to be the primary means by which people everywhere share ideas. Knowing that the people who will lead and succeed in the future are those who can use language effectively, the Department of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages helps students become strong readers, writers, and speakers.

Need more information about composition classes? Check out the First Year Writing tab.

Need information on majors, minors, teacher licensure, Master's Programs in English and English Education, or the courses and course schedules for those programs? They can all be found under the Programs tab.

Want to know about service learning, scholarships, study abroad, internships and other opportunities? Check out the Opportunities tab.

Want to find out more about one of our many student organizations or departmental publications?  Check out the Student Organizations or Publications tabs.

Looking for an instructor or trying to find his or her office hours, or where that office is? Check out the Faculty and Staff tab.

Are you looking for suggestions about what to read this summer? The faculty of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages present our annual Summer Reading List, featuring a wide variety of books that will entertain you and keep your mind sharp.

 

News and Announcements

November 18, 2016

On Tuesday morning, September 27, 2016, UNCP students and the Office for Community and Civic Engagement hosted 80 second graders from R.B. Dean Elementary School in Maxton for its annual Fall Reading Party.

October 3, 2016

Sara Taylor Boissonneau, who is completing her PhD at UNC-Greensboro, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Mildred Kates Dissertation Fellowship. The Kates Fellowship is awarded annually to a PhD student to support completion of the dissertation during the academic year.

October 3, 2016

Dr. Michele Fazio's photo-cultural exhibit, "Someplace Like Pembroke: Work Histories of the Lumbee" is on display at the Fayetteville Arts Council as part of the Contemporary Art Forms by America’s First People exhibit. The exhibit runs Aug. 26-Oct.

June 27, 2016

Under the guidance of Dr. Enrique Porrua, five undergraduate students have been accepted to present their research at the 2017 University of Hawaii International Congress on Arts and Humanities, an international conference for academics and professionals to interact and develop interdisciplinary approaches.

June 1, 2016

The Annual Student Leadership banquet recognizes not just students involved in the campus community, but the faculty who assist those students.