Congratulations to Sal Ayala Camarillo, Erin Kelly, Daniel Walsh, and Alicia Williams who were honored with 2021 Awards for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education.
These awards are given to professors and teaching assistants in the School of Arts and Sciences to recognize their outstanding achievements in and beyond the classroom, their engagement with their students and pedagogic communities, and their overall commitment to the undergraduate education mission.
Congratulations Nela Navarro
Associate Director Rutgers English Language Institute Associate Director for the Rutgers Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights
Recipient of 2021 Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching
Congratualtions to Lauren Goodlad and Matthew Stone who won an NEH grant for their project "Unboxing Artificial Intelligence: An International Collaboration Bringing Humanities Perspectives to AI"
English Department Fall 2021 Welcome Reception
Welcome to the Department of English at Rutgers University
Bio: Professor Smith is the author of T.S. Eliot's Dramatic Theory and Practice (1976), as well as many essays on 20th century writing and questions of gender. Her current research centers on the modernist poet H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), including H.D.'s work on film in the 1930s and her use of ideas and methods from psychoanalysis. Professor Smith was also active in Women's Studies.
Education: PhD, Michigan University
MA, Michigan University
BA, Ohio Wesleyan University
Areas of Specialization: Women's literature; Modernism