English Department Photo Gallery
Students in the honors class "Crossing the Danger Water" taught by Dr. Donald Gagnon, associate professor and co-chair of the English Department, recently (Friday, November 6, 2015) visited the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York. Dr. Herukhuti (in the picture on the right) spoke to the students about the Middle Passage.
Quinn Ochoa-Morales, a student in our English program, was invited to present his paper (as an undergraduate) at the Northeast Popular Culture Association Conference at Colby-Sawyer College, New Hampshire, October 30-31, 2015. He spoke on the film American Sniper (2014) and Islamaphobia was very well received.
Students in the Eng107 Introduction to Drama class taught by Dr. Donald Gagnon, associate professor and co-chair of the English Department, recently (Saturday, October 24, 2015) visited the Lincoln Center library for the Performing Arts in New York where they had a private group showing of the original Broadway production of August Wilson's King Hedley II.
Students in the honors class "Crossing the Danger Water" taught by Dr. Donald Gagnon, associate professor and co-chair of the English Department, recently (Friday, October 23, 2015) visited the African Burial Ground National Monument in lower Manhattan and the Middle Passage Memorial at the United Nations.
English Department students Claire Burch, Quinn
Ochoa-Morales, and Douglas Nadig, Jr., along with Professor Don
Gagnon, department co-chair, and Professor Margaret Murray, attended
Connecticut State University�s 2015 Undergraduate English Conference
on Friday, October 9.
Students in the honors class "Crossing the Danger Water" taught by Dr. Donald Gagnon, associate professor and co-chair of the English Department, recently (Friday, Sept. 18, 2015) visited the New Haven Museum (the Amistad collection) and the City Hall (the Amistad Memorial).
Black Lives Matter event held on Thursday, April 16, 2015.
English Honors Society event held on Wednesday, April 8, 2015.
Kyle Scatliffe, an Olivier-nominated actor, currently starring in Les Miserables on Broadway, guest-speaker for THR 298 Musical Theatre History (taught by Dr. Don Gagnon) on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.
University of New Hampshire Associate Professor
of English and African American Studies Dr. Reginald Wilburn
the Black History Month 2015 talk titled "Preaching the Gospel of
Black Revolt: Appropriating Milton in Early African American
Studies" at 6 p.m. Thursday, February 19 in Warner Hall on the WCSU
Midtown campus in Danbury. The event was organized by the English
Photo 1: Dr. Don Gagnon, English Department Chair, introducing the speaker.
Photos 2-3: Dr. Reginald Wilburn, the speaker.
Photo 4: Cover of Dr. Reginald Wilburn's new book published by Duquesne University Press.
Members of the English Society along with faculty advisor Dr. Don Gagnon took a theatre trip to NYC to see La Cage Aux Folles on Broadway during the fall 2010 semester. It was "a great success all around," Dr. Gagnon said, as is evidenced in the happy smile blossoming on every face in the group photo on the left. The photo on the right features Leslie Tracey and a cast member (drag queen) of the musical comedy.
Members of the English Society along with faculty advisor Dr. Don Gagnon took a theatre trip to NYC to see God of Carnage on Broadway during the spring 2010 semester.
Melissa Teel, English major and player on the women's basketball team, receives the award as Most Valuable Player of the 2010 Little East Conference Women's Basketball Tournament. She was also named the conference's Player of the Year.
Dr. Donald Gagnon, Associate Professor of English, gives the well attended African American History Month talk entitled "The Black Man Cometh: Eugene O'Neill's Politics of Equality" (February 24).
Melissa Teel, an English education major and center for the WCSU Margins, is recipient Lady Colonials, with Dr. Margaret Murray, Professor of English and Honorary Coach for the December 8, 2009 victory over Vassar College.
Skylar Hamel, literature major, senior editor of Beyond the of the Elizabeth Tulloch James Memorial Scholarship.
Dr. Quentin Miller, internationally renowned James Baldwin Scholar, gives the Fall 2009 Faculty Lecture on October 05, 2009.
Twin-Sun River: An American POW in China, a three-act play by Dr. Shouhua Qi, was staged by the prestigious Shanghai Theater Academy (April 24-28, 2009)