Welcome! 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
and Theatre helps students become strong readers, writers, and speakers.
Do you have questions about the English or Theatre major? If you're considering a major or minor in English, theatre, writing, or speech, you've come to the right place! Check out our brochure about our undergraduate programs. If you've ever asked yourself "What can I do with a degree in ______?" the Career Center can answer that question for you (scroll down until you see English or Theatre). If you are already a major or minor in our department, the links to the right can provide you quick access to course schedules and degree checklists.
Are you considering graduate study in English? If you are thinking about graduate school options, please see the flyer for our Master's programs, or visit the program's home page. If you are a current UNCP English or English Education major, we have a new MA in English Education admissions program just for you.
Are you looking for your instructor? You can find professors' office and phone numbers, email addresses, and office hours on our Faculty and Staff page. This map of the Dial Building can help you locate a specific instructor's office.
Do you have questions about First Year Composition? Policies and information about the courses can be found on our Writing page.
Are you looking for suggestions about what to read this summer? The faculty of English and Theatre present our
second annual Summer Reading List, featuring a wide variety of books that will entertain you and keep your mind sharp.
Join Us for an Evening at the Theatre!
UNCP Theatre students will be performing Romeo and Juliet under the direction of Holden Hansen. Perfomances will be at GPAC on November 20-22 8 p.m. and Nov. 23 at 2:00 p.m. This production promises to transport you back to the lively (and bawdy) atmosphere of Shakespeare's London theatre scene, and is not to be missed! Performances are complimentary for faculty, staff, and students. Reserve your tickets now at the theatre box office 521-6409.
Pembroke Magazine's 45th edition – the first issue from new editor Jessica Pitchford -- features poetry by Jenn Blair, Matthew Dulany, Eric Lee, Elizabeth Modder, Lenard D. Moore, Matthew J. Spireng, and many more. There's fiction from Gilbert Allen, Neil Connelly, Katie Cortese, Cheryl Diane Kidder, Ashley Harris Paul, and Emily Roberson, as well as nonfiction by Katie Burgess, Susan Finch, BJ Hollars, and Dionisia Morales. Perie Longo reviews Glenna Luschei's Leaving It All Behind. Plus: Forrest Anderson interviews New York Times bestselling author Wiley Cash.
Congratulations! At the Faculty Awards Dinner on April 26, 2013, Dr. Roger Ladd, Associate Professor with the English and Theatre department, received an Outstanding Teaching Award.
The Spring 2013 issue of our departmental newsletter, The Beacon, is now available on our News page. The students and faculty of the Department of English and Theatre have been busy, and we are proud to share our accomplishments with you.
English and Theatre majors and alums, don't forget to check out our page dedicated to fellowships and other opportunities.
Updated: Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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