Author Archives: Bess Fox

Video Film Festival

This year’s Video Film Festival will feature digital op-eds produced by students in EN 301.  Join us at in Bernie’s at 9:30 pm on Thursday March 18th for short videos about the white noise of modern life, the overblown wedding … Continue reading

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MU faculty present at SSAWW

Drs. Hollynd Karapetkova and Bess Fox presented papers at the International Society for the Study of American Woman Writer’s Conference in Philadelphia, PA. They presented together on a panel that investigated the writing life and legacy of four American women … Continue reading

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Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference

Dr. Bess Fox presented a paper at the 7th Biennial Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference in Lansing, Michigan. Her paper, “Disembodied Images: Exploring the Relationship between Material and Discursive Production in Multimodal Writing,” explores multimedia writing as a composing practice that … Continue reading

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Marymount graduate wins prestigious writing award!

Arshia, a 2009 graduate of the Literature and Languages program, won the Elizabeth Holtze Creative Nonfiction Award for her essay “Faded and Bronzed,” an essay written in our EN 301: Writing Process course.  Arshia’s essay was selected from over 1,000 submissions to … Continue reading

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Join the editorial board of Magnificat: A Journal of Undergraduate Nonfiction!

Each spring, Marymount publishes a journal dedicated to nonfiction essays written by undergraduates in a range of humanities courses: history, literature, creative nonfiction, philosophy, composition, etc. Our 2008 edition included creative essays about growing up in Pakistan and confronting homelessness … Continue reading

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