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Recent News

 September 22, 2021 
Professor of Academic Writing Tahneer Oksman recently participated in a Q&A from Penguin Random House where she discussed the relationship between comic books and academia.
 September 16, 2021 
Professor of Writing, Literature, and Language Jennifer Brown, Ph.D., alongside co-editor Nicole Rice from St. John’s University, recently published her new book Manuscript Culture and Medieval Devotional Traditions: Essays in Honour of Michael G. Sargent. With a focus on the scholarship of late medieval English devotional literature, the book contains essays exploring the great religious and devotional works of the Middle Ages in their manuscript and other contexts.
Tahneer Oksman  March 18, 2021 
Associate Professor of Academic Writing, Tahneer Oksman, Ph.D., spoke to The Atlantic on what could be in store for post-pandemic life, citing her expertise in grief and memory studies.
Magda Maczynska  March 15, 2021 
Associate Professor of English and World Literatures Magdalena Maczynska, Ph.D., has published a book chapter in The Academic’s Handbook from Duke University Press.
 November 13, 2020 
 August 4, 2020 
Associate Professor of Academic Writing, Tahneer Oksman, Ph.D., along with her co-author Seamus O’Malley, have been awarded the CSS Prize for Edited Book Collection for their book, The Comics of Julie Doucet and Gabrielle Bell (University of Mississippi Press, 2019).
 July 21, 2020 
Fabricio, who earned his BA in English and World Literatures and Political Science from MMC in 2005, is running for a Republican seat in House District 103 in Florida.
 June 25, 2020 
Kelsall, who graduated with a degree in English and World Literatures in 2010 and works as a freelance journalist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, American Theatre magazine, Broad Street Review, and Opera News, has been elected as a member of the American Theatre Critics Association’s Executive Committee.
Julie Huntington, Ph.D.  May 28, 2020 
Julie Huntington, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English and World Literatures and an avid cyclist based in Astoria, Queens, has co-authored a striking opinion piece published in AMNY on fatal cyclist deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
(left to right) Wenqi Huang '20, Nava Silton, Ph.D., Patrick Riley '20, and Marjan Khan '20  May 19, 2020 
As the end of the Spring 2020 semester rapidly approaches, our students have been busy with a wide variety of final presentations, projects, and productions, which have kept the College’s virtual campus abuzz. Across each academic department, the end of the semester highlights the very best in student achievement at MMC.