volume 22, issue 1
This is the place of places and it is here.
humanities in place: desert contours and contrasts
A Note from the Editor: Some Thoughts on Place
new books & media
research and engagement
Book Traces at ASU Moves Forward
Rhetorical Fin Flips in Mermaid 'Science': A Q&A with Peter Goggin
Peering into Landscapes with Literature
Online Students are Plugged-in to Education
My Sister, the Teacher: One Student's #RedforEd Close-Up
A Place to Show Up, to Search and Be Known
A desert is a place without expectation.
Honoring the 'Open Book': Humanities in Situ
Adopt-A-Family 2018—Setting a New Record
word lovers' corner
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.
—T. S. Eliot
comings and goings
Jonathan Hope, Professor (Literature)
John X. Evans (1933-2018)
Katherine Heenan (1963-2019)
Dhira Mahoney (1938-2019)
Helen Nebeker (1927-2018)
Kathleen "Kay" Sands (1939-2018)
It is good people who make good places.
Accents on English 2.0 is produced by the Department of English at Arizona State University.
about the masthead image
Bruce Matsunaga. Ross-Blakley Hall at sunset. 2017.
Our resident technical genius, Bruce Matsunaga, is also a talented photographer with a great sense of timing. He snapped this photo of a radiant Ross-Blakley Hall on a hot September evening, after a long day of helping English move into its new "digs." Check out more of Matsunaga's work on behalf of ASU English on the department's Flickr account.