Journal of South Texas English Studies

Sunday, April 13, 2014

What Can't You Do With an English Major (Winter 2014; Volume 5, Issue 1)

Welcome to the Winter 2014 issue (Volume 5, Issue 1) in which we discuss the different opportunities offered to English majors. We appreciate receiving your feedback. The new CFP for the Summer 2014 issue will be posted shortly. Enjoy!

The Editors
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Letter from the editors

Table of Contents

Contributors' Biographies

Notes from the field: Editorial

A Letter Home to Parents - Jennifer Jennings Davis

Publishing from the Margins - Angelic Rodgers

Scholarly Articles

Cross-Pollinating the Mind: Reflections at the Crossroads of the English and STEM Studies - Cindy Lutenbacher and Alison Ligon

The Necessity of Humanities in Medicine: How English Studies and the Arts Contribute to the Human Experience - Ashley Beason-Manes

Creative Works

Good Writing - Sally Jarzab

Trapped - Fathima E. V.

Book Reviews

Review of The War Against Grammar by David Mulroy - David Aguilar

Review of Not Trivial: How Studying the Traditional Liberal Arts Can Set You Free by Laurie Encott Thomas - Sarah Dierlam

Review of I Have Always Been Here by Christopher Carmona - R. Dean Straight