Loyola's Department of English offers a diverse curriculum in literature, critical theory, film history, creative writing, nonfiction and professional writing, digital media, linguistics, and rhetoric. Students receive a strong foundation in classical and contemporary works, with writing style and skills emphasized in every course.
Dorothy Harrell Brown Distinguished Professor of English Chris Schaberg, a writer and affiliated faculty member in Loyola's Environment Program, this month together with students penned an article for Sierra magazine titled “An Environmental Theory Professor and His Students Reflect After Class.” The joint article is a great example of both the collaborative learning that takes place at Loyola and students’ involvement in research and publishing.
Critically-acclaimed novelist and Loyola English alumna Catherine Lacey '07 featured in New York Times and Vogue for her second novel 'The Answers'
Critically-acclaimed novelist and Loyola English alumna Catherine Lacey '07, recently received rave reviews from the New York Times and Vogue for her second novel The Answers, which is the "Must Read of the Summer," according to Vogue, and one of