English Department Alum Presents Lecture in Jamaica
Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012
The honors for former Utah State University graduate student Stephen Nathaniel Macualey continue.
Recently, the British Council of Jamaica hosted the annual Marcus Garvey Lecture in Literature, and Macualey was the presenter, providing the lecture titled “The African-ness of Charles Johnson’s Middle Passage” to an audience of 80 Jamaican literary scholars.
Macauley coordinates and directs service learning at the University of Utah where he also teaches English and writing courses. At the U he was the recipient of the 2012-13 Burton Award in the Department of English where is now pursuing his doctorate.
He completed a master’s degree at Utah State in 2008.
He has publishd articles in the Steinbeck Review of America, The Arthur Miller Journal of America and The Blackpast.org.”
Macauley is originally from Sierra Leone West Africa.
“Former USU Graduate Student Earns University of Utah Recognition,” Utah State Today
Contact: Stephen Macauley, email@example.com