Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Literature in New York City Literature in New York City
From the heart of New York City's cultural scene at Lincoln Center to the leafy, historic Bronx Rose Hill campus, English at Fordham is a central part of the University's intellectual life, with an undergraduate major and minors and graduate degree programs including the M.A. and a fully funded Ph.D.
Comprehensive Course Offerings Comprehensive Course Offerings
The Department offers courses in composition, writing, literature (up to the advanced doctoral level), dissertation workshops, graduate teaching preparation, and a pedagogy practicum.
Distinguished Faculty Distinguished Faculty
Our core faculty is comprised of over 40 full-time members who are productive scholars in fields from Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman to Postcolonial and Postmodern literature and theories; in addition, the full-time faculty is regularly complemented by specialist writers-in-residence and visiting professors.
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The English Department sponsors and takes part in a number of co-curricular events, interdisciplinary initiatives, and colloquia throughout the year and fosters a growing creative writing community. We welcome your interest in English at Fordham.

Creative Writing Reading
December 3, 7:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline for ALL
Continuing Graduate Students
December 5

Spring 2015 Classes begin
January 12, 2015
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