Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Congratulations to the following faculty members who received promotions and tenure appointments approved by the Board of Governors at a meeting on Tuesday, June 12th: Department of Chemistry  Dr. Guillaume Lamoureux – Associate Professor (appointment with tenure) Department of Computer Science Dr. Rajiv Gandhi – Professor I Department of English and Communication Ms. Lauren Grodstein … Read more of Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Register Now for the Warrior Writers Workshop for Veterans

Warrior Writers, Veteran Alumni of Rutgers University (VARU), and the Writers House will present both a writing workshop for veterans and a poetry reading.  The workshop, which takes place on Tuesday, April 17th, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., will offer writing prompts that cover a variety of military issues and experiences.  All veterans are … Read more of Register Now for the Warrior Writers Workshop for Veterans

Publishers’ Panel Scheduled for Apr. 11

Join us on Wednesday, April 11th for the Writers in Camden Series’ Publishers Panel.  The Publishers’ Panel will consist of an agent, publisher, and editor.  This year’s panel includes Richard Nash, a strategist and serial entrepreneur in new and traditional media; Rob Spillman, editor of Tin House magazine; and Alexa Stark, an agent at Trident. All are … Read more of Publishers’ Panel Scheduled for Apr. 11

Author James McBride to Give Public Reading on Apr. 4

The Writers House will continue its Spring 2018 Writers in Camden Series on Wednesday, April 4th, with a reading by author James McBride.  James McBride is an author, musician and screenwriter. His memoir, The Color of Water (Riverhead), is an American literary classic. His novel The Good Lord Bird, won the 2013 National Book Award for fiction. His novel, Miracle at St. Anna, became a … Read more of Author James McBride to Give Public Reading on Apr. 4

Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life

Categories of difference, such as race and gender, among human beings form the basis of many aspects of our world. They have the potential to influence something as minor as music choice, or as important as life experience. Therefore, it is important to be aware of these categories since they inform our thinking, whether we … Read more of Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life

Writers in Camden Series Continues Feb. 14 with hokkuchi

The Writers House will continue its Spring 2018 Writers in Camden Series on Wednesday, February 14th, with a hokkuchi performance by Yolanda Wisher and Mark Palacio.  This event is part of the Nick Virgilio Haiku Performance Series, an annual series inspired by the haiku tradition and work of Nick Virgilio, a prolific haiku poet who spent much of his … Read more of Writers in Camden Series Continues Feb. 14 with hokkuchi

Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address

All are welcome to join Rutgers University–Camden on Thursday, February 1st, as the celebration of Black History Month begins.   At 12:45 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, Sandra Turner-Barnes, a poet, fiction writer, lyricist, will present “Critical, Little Known Truths, Regarding African Enslavement within the State of New Jersey.”  Presented by the Africana Studies … Read more of Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address

Dr. Lynne Vallone Will Discuss her New Book “Big and Small” on Feb. 5

Dr. Lynne Vallone, Professor of Childhood Studies, will discuss her new book, Big and Small: A Cultural History of Extraordinary Bodies, on Monday, February 5th.  Dr. Vallone’s new book surveys the lives and contexts of both real and imagined persons with extraordinary bodies from the seventeenth century to the present day through close examinations of art, … Read more of Dr. Lynne Vallone Will Discuss her New Book “Big and Small” on Feb. 5