Tag Archive for Interviews

Learning to Teach: An Interview with a MAT Student

Zachary Noel, a recent graduate from our English Department, is currently a student in Clark’s Master’s in Teaching Program (https://www.clarku.edu/academics/graduate/programs/masters/teaching/ ) This interview describes his experiences in the program as well as advice for any English majors or minors who are thinking about teaching and considering going into the program.  How do you find the…

A Brief Interview with English Major Azariah (Oz) Kurlantzick

A brief interview with Azariah (Oz) Kurlantzick (class of 2020) about their summer internship and what it taught them. We hope this will be informative for Majors and Minors, especially those interested in education or the MAT program here at Clark. What was your internship, name and brief description of activities? I was a Teaching…

Queering the Curriculum through the Exploration of Queer Victorians

  This semester Professor Kasmer offered a new special topics course in 19th Century British Literature titled Queer Victorians. This course has worked on exploring the ways queer sexuality and gender were viewed during the Victorian Era which can be studied through the themes present in many Victorian works. In this interview, Professor Kasmer describes…

Professor Joan Houlihan Releases Fifth Book of Poetry

We at the English Department are always impressed with the phenomenal work of our faculty and staff, and love to learn everything we can about what they do. This month, our esteemed Creative Writing instructor Joan Houlihan has published her fifth book of poetry, entitled Shadow Feast, available here. I took a minute to talk…