Recent News

  • Congratulations on your retirement, Mark Heberle, from ENG department

Colloquium Calendar

All events are held on Thursdays at 3:00pm in KUY 410, unless otherwise noted

March 12 Thursday

Signs of Life in the English Classroom: Effective Assignments in FYW and ILP Classes

March 25 Wednesday 7 PM

Words@Mānoa Reading: E. J. Koh

April 2 Thursday

Department Meeting

Apr 9 Thursday

English Represents!: Undergraduate Showcase

Presentation of Work in Undergraduate English Classes from 100+ to

400+, followed by opportunity to socialize

Apr 16 Thursday

Meeting of Research Clusters

Apr 21 Tuesday 7 PM

Words@Mānoa Reading: Writer in Residence: Nandi Odhiambo

Apr 23 Thursday

Department Meeting

Apr 23 Thursday 7 PM

Words@Mānoa Reading

Apr 30 Thursday

Public Humanities Event (Information will be forthcoming)

Apr 30 Thursday 5.30 PM

Celebration of Research in the English Department

May 7 Thursday

Department MeetingMay 8 Fri 12:00 Department Party

3/5: Louis Mendoza (Chadwick Lectures invitee) 9:00am in KUY 409 and 3:00pm in KUY 410

Please welcome our new faculty members!

Left to right: Joyce Pualani Warren, Emily West, Laurel Fantauzzo, No‘u Revilla

Joyce Pualani Warren Specializations:  Native Hawaiian Literature; Pacific Literature; American Literature; Native Pacific Epistemologies and Cosmogonies (of darkness, space, and time); Native Pacific Feminisms; Postcolonialism; Diaspora; Literary Nationalism.  

Emily West

Specializations:  Eighteenth-century literature, material culture and textual materiality, gender and sexuality studies, embodiment, history of science, children’s literature and childhood, animal studies  

Laurel Fantauzzo

Specializations: creative writing, nonfiction writing, journalism, Southeast Asian literature, Philippines literature, Philippine American literature, mixed race and third culture identity.

No‘u Revilla

Specializations:  Contemporary Poetry, Native Hawaiian Literature and Aesthetics, Women of Color Literature and Theory, Pacific Poetry and Poetics, Indigenous Queer Theory, Creative Nonfiction, Cultural Studies and Decolonizing Methodologies  

Recent Books by Faculty

Co-edited by Cristina Bacchilega and Marie Alohalani Brown

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