John Marlin, Ph.D.
Phone: (973) 290-4316
Office: Santa Maria Hall, Room 10C
Firmly rooted in the Catholic liberal arts tradition, the English Department aspires to be a community of learning which fosters among its members a love of scholarship, a desire for lifelong learning, a posture of service, and a desire for ethical relationships. With support and guidance from the faculty of the Department, students working towards a degree in English grow to become independent, engaged scholars who accept responsibility for their own learning. As sensitive and informed readers who grow in their understanding of the essence of human experience, they develop habits of critical thinking, and they communicate with others clearly, effectively, and compassionately.
Award-winning poet Michael Collier will present a master class (3 p.m.) and a reading (7 p.m.) on April 16 in Dolan Performance Hall. Read More
The CSE English Program presents Arthur Miller's classic play, The Crucible, on May 1 and 2 at noon and May 4 at 2 p.m. in Dolan Performance Hall. Read More
~Jennie Russo, '13, BA English/ Journalism Minor