Read recent articles from the Department of Arts and Humanities on the students, faculty, and alumni of our program.
Being Seen: Marc Pierre
January 31, 2018
With a smile that can put anyone at ease, Marc Pierre truly knows the value of being seen, known, and validated as a student. As an alum of the English Education program, Marc is now using his Master of Arts to impact the lives of his students at Manhattan’s Vanguard High School.
Scanning Maxine Greene
November 15, 2017
A new archive of the great philosopher’s work goes live on TC’s PocketKnowledge platform.
Student Story: Anderson Smith Proves English Education can be Transformative
February 15, 2017
Anderson Smith found his passion for teaching English facilitating lessons in New York prisons. He sees writing and literature as a creative mechanism to help people in detention centers imagine new worlds for themselves that can ultimately change their lives.
TC Mourns Shakespeare Teacher John Henry Browne, a “True Keeper of the Flame”
February 14, 2017
John Henry Browne, a long-time instructor in Teachers College’s English Education program, passed away in early February at age 73 after a brief battle with lymphoma.
Student Story: English Education Student Iolani Reed Values the Whole Student
February 07, 2017
Iolani Reed, an MA candidate in the English Education program, has always used English as a light to guide her out of some of her darkest hours. As an English teacher, Iolani hopes to bring the arts to young people to help them find their way out of challenging situations.
Student Story: Misha Khan Finds Her Story
December 08, 2016
Misha Khan faced discrimination, familial difficulties and inner turmoil before finding her way to the English Program.
Getting 'Dialogical' with Professor Bob Fecho
February 23, 2016
Bob Fecho, formerly a professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Georgia, joined the faculty in the English Education program this fall.