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Department of English and Philosophy

Welcome to the Department!

We prepare cadets to be outstanding communicators and adaptable critical thinkers who can synthesize concepts;
appreciate diverse cultures, ideas, and forms of expression; and assess clearly the implications of complex ethical questions.

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LTC Laura Bozeman and former Captain Norman Tardiff, a centenarian who served in the US Army during World War II, including the Battle of the Bulge, greet each other following the ceremony.
Cadets from the Shakespeare Elective put on an impressive performance of Shakesp
Cadets on the “Writing Today” AIAD along with co-director LTC Sean Cleveland at the White House Press Briefing Room.
Lieutenant Colonel Naomi Mercer, and Cadets pose with the Mars 2020 Rover prototype for field testing in the Mars Yard at Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena California.
Cadets had lunch with the author of Green Mars, which they read for their AIAD, near his home in Davis, California.
Cadets before their “Staging Combat” instruction, hosted by Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London.
Faculty pose for a picture before Dr. Elizabeth Samet (DEP) brief lecture preceding the adaptation of Homer’s “The Iliad.
Cadets on the “Writing Today” AIAD pictured with NPR newscaster Korva Coleman, with whom they discussed the intricacies of journalistic writing




Upcoming Events
9/1/2015 2:00 PM Dept Open House  
9/2/2015 9:50 AM EN152 Guest Lecturer (Dr. Rana Liebert) 
9/2/2015 7:00 PM An Iliad 
9/7/2015 7:00 AM Labor Day/No classes 
9/29/2015 4:30 PM COL Krawczyk’s Retirement Ceremony  
11/13/2015 12:50 PM EN101 Guest Lecturer (Christopher Ricks) 
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 An ILiad
Cullum Hall - September 2nd 

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