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What Do They Say About Their English Degree?|Department of English

What Do They Say About Their English Degree?

The English Professor and Associate Dean:

       Stephen Watt (MA 1975)
       Indiana University, Bloomington

The Assistant Professor:

I'm a UW English graduate and I was inspired by the passion of Susan Aronstein and Carolyn Anderson to do medieval studies. As a medievalist, I have held and read manuscripts created by people who lived in the thirteenth through fifteenth centuries, studied the poems and pictures they thought were important enough to preserve in such costly and durable vessels, and presented my findings at academic conferences in places as geographically distant as Kalamazoo, Michigan and Hyderabad, India. As an English professor at Kansas State University, I am privileged to explore the earliest extant legends of Robin Hood and King Arthur, the origins of our English language and literary traditions, and the culture of the Middle Ages with colleagues and students.

       Wendy Matlock (MA 1997)
       Kansas State University, Manhattan

The Film Maker:

       Beverly Seckinger (BA 1981) 
       University of Arizona.

The Editor:

       Tamara Linse (BA 2000, MA 2002)

The Development Officer:

       Cody Hartley (BA 1997)
       Director of Gifts of Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts

The Chief of Organizational Excellence:

       Jen Riley
       Craig Hospital

The Mystery Writer:

       Elizabeth Main (BA 1965)

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