In the English and International Languages and Literature Department at St. Kate’s, your voice matters — and we help you amplify it in discussion-based classes in literature, language, and writing. Together, in our programs, students and faculty explore diverse traditions in global contexts of social justice.
Our graduates go out into the world prepared to succeed at anything!
Our writing and recent publications include poetry collections Blue Orange and What Sweetness from Salt, essays and editing in Blues Vision and A Good Time for the Truth, and scholarly books The Literary Imagination in Israel-Palestine and The Ulysses Delusion."
The Arts and Humanities Division chair is Natalie Eschenbaum, PhD.