Minor in English
The English minor at Trevecca Nazarene University is a fifteen-hour course of study featuring a flexible roster of courses. Students pursuing a minor in English learn to interact with literature from a Christian perspective and to recognize the roots of contemporary ideas in canonical texts. Classes include C. S. Lewis and the Inklings; Christian Fiction; Life, Death, and Marriage in Eastern Literature; and a number of other options. The English minor is an ideal companion to majors in history, psychology, dramatic arts, social justice, and other courses of study in the humanities and sciences.
We look forward to talking with you about English at Trevecca. Please email questions and comments to Dr. Jooly Philip (email@example.com).
The Cumberland River Review
The Cumberland River Review is a quarterly online journal publishing new poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by writers around the world. Students interested in working on the editorial staff of The Cumberland River Review should contact Professor Graham Hillard at firstname.lastname@example.org or extension 1369.
The journal may be viewed here.
Visiting Writers/Scholars Series
Each spring, the Department of English hosts Trevecca's annual Visiting Writers/Scholars Series, an event featuring creative writers and scholars of national reputation. Visiting writers present a campus-wide reading and question-and-answer session, meet privately with English and creative writing students, lead writing workshops, deliver craft talks, and inspire our students. Previous guests have included the poet Mark Jarman, winner of the 1998 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, and Louis Markos, a nationally recognized C. S. Lewis scholar.