As part of the Fulbright Program in Indonesia, I will work as an English teaching assistant, learn about my host community,¬†develop fluency in Indonesian, and contribute to community-building efforts at my host school.¬†I am very grateful for this opportunity which will allow me to develop a great
Rachel Conrad Bracken, a sixth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English, is one of two graduate students awarded the 2018 Graduate Teaching Award for Independent Instruction by the Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University.
The Comic Event approaches comedy as dynamic phenomenon that involves the gathering of elements of performance, signifiers, timings, tones, gestures, previous comic bits, and other self-conscious structures into an ‚Äúevent‚ÄĚ that triggers, by virtue of a ‚Äúcut,‚ÄĚ an expected/unexpected resol
The creative writing faculty and the entire Rice English department are honored to announce Sonia Hamer as the winner of the 2018 Inprint-Marion Barthelme Prize for her piece of short fiction.
The Department of English congratulates the following recent PhD alumni authors for books that were published and/or received awards in 2017: