Faculty in the Department of English share their work through their participation in a variety of campus and other literary events, such as The Book and the Globe: Lectures on Teaching World Literature. Many of the department’s lectures and events are hosted by the Black Mountain Institute.

Additionally, the Department of English World Literature Program and the Great Works Academic Certificate Program sponsor speakers from across UNLV and from other institutions.


Submissions from 2019


Select Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Graduate Student Conference: Games, Sins & Mafia, Samuel Gilpin, Carly Hunter, Jenessa Kenway, Alexander Valle, and Jarret Keene

Submissions from 2016


Achebe's Things Fall Apart: A Quest For Balance, Okey Ndibe

Submissions from 2011

The Thousand and One Nights, John J. Curry

Dante’s Inferno, Giuseppe Natale

Submissions from 2010

Machiavelli’s The Prince, David Fott

Molière’s Tartuffe, Margaret Harp

Submissions from 2009

Sophocles's Oedipus Tyrranos, Andrew Bell

Visual culture and Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock, Timothy Erwin

Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House, Christopher Hudgins

Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart, Mustapha Marrouchi