In addition to courses in the principal periods of English, American and world literature, majors in English also may take courses in literary criticism, film, public speaking, business writing, new media and creative writing. Most classes are small and conducted in a seminar format to encourage the exchange of ideas between students and faculty.
Dr. Amy Sweitzer, associate professor of English, is a graduate of William and Mary and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Like all of her colleagues in the English department, she teaches first-year students every fall in humanities and every spring in their first English classes. Sweitzer also teaches Renaissance literature, including Shakespeare, Spenser and Milton and loves helping students learn how to cite sources.
Eyon Brown majored in English with a concentration in film and digital media. He received the English department’s L. Harris Chewning Award and the Eric Marshall Legacy Award for leadership and service. He was a founding member and vice president of Wofford Men of Color. After graduating, he accepted an internship with the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, followed by an internship with ESPN.
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National Public Radio
South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts
University of the South
University of Virginia School of Nursing
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