Today we are excited to share fantastic news!
Arizona State University recently unveiled their new Master of Arts program in Narrative Studies. During the 30 credit hour program, focus will be on story telling and narratives across multiple platforms including text, film, and other media. Material will span a range of cultures and time periods while looking at structure, rhetoric, aesthetic and more throughout this exciting interdisciplinary program.
The program is currently accepting students for Fall 2018 classes. ENG 446/520: Visual Narratives, which will be taught by Dr. Wendy Williams, is one example of the upcoming courses. In addition to Dr. Williams, the MA Narrative Studies programs features several other ASU faculty including Superstition Review’s Patricia Colleen Murphy.
The degree, offered through the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts (CISA) will be located on ASU’s Polytechnic Campus. Narrative Studies, MA is the official site to visit for requesting information, learning how and when to apply, or scheduling a visit. We recommend following the official Facebook page, MA Narrative Studies at Arizona State University, for further news and announcements.
Congratulations and thanks to ASU and the staff and faculty for this new program in Narrative studies.
Superstition Review invites you to attend our special presentation at ASU’s Night of the Open Door: Polytechnic. For a limited time, SR will open the doors of its extensive Literary Magazine Library, with presentations on the hour about the field of Literary Publishing.
Friday, Feb. 17, 2017: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Visit the website for more information
As part of their 20th year anniversary, the ASU Polytechnic is showing off their outstanding alumni. This Thursday, September 22nd, Leatta McLaughlin with the Arizona Department of Agriculture, kicks off the series in September, speaking on The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Opportunities and Risks for Arizona. This lecture is sponsored by the Morrison School of Agribusiness at ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business, from which she graduated in 2003. McLaughlin is the associate director of the Animal Services Division at the Arizona Department of Agriculture.
The event takes place at 6 p.m. at Cooley Ballroom A, Student Union, ASU Polytechnic campus. This is a free event and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. You can RSVP here.
Parking will be provided in lot 10 (red lot) and Lot 49 (visitor lot across the street). A map of campus parking is located here.
The Center for the Study of Race & Democracy and The Philosophy & Film Series presents “The Birth of a Nation” (1915). There will be a discussion about the film’s themes, imagery, reception, and its relationship with Oscar Micheaux’s film “Within Our Gates.”
“The Birth of a Nation” is a 1915 American epic drama directed adapted from the novel and play “The Clansman.” The film chronicles the relationship of two families in the American Civil War and Reconstruction era over the course of several years: the pro-Union Northern Stonemans and the pro-Confederacy Southern Camerons.
The event takes place on September 16, 2016 at 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. ASU Downtown Phoenix. Health North, Room 110. Address: 550 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ. For more information, please visit the ASU page and register here. The event is free.