On March 26, adjunct English instructors Wyeth Burgess and Charmion Gustke travelled to the English Studies Symposium “English 2.0: Discoveries and Recoveries” hosted by Tennessee Tech University. Dr. Burgess spoke on “Heroes, Hellions and Hags: Harnessing the Power of Celebrity in the Composition Classroom,” in a session titled “It’s All About the Students,” and Dr. Gustke’s paper, “’It is either me or the horse’: The Empire of the South in Edna Ferber’s Giant” was in the “Taboo”-themed session.
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