She and department colleague Lindsey Eckert have developed the Diversity Reading Initiative, which is aimed at diversifying the material, conversation, and scholarship covered by the English department.
Tarez Samra Graban and Judith Pascoe have worked together since the fall of 2018 with researchers at FSU and outside institutions on FSU's Demos Project for Studies in the Data Humanities, and they will join FSU digital humanities librarian Sarah Stanley's NEH grant-funded team to coordinate and host a three-day workshop in the fall of 2020.
FSU Professor Stan Gontarski's "Beckett Short Films" give life to the playwright's interest in hauntings and love lost. He also offers a local theater company personal insights for its presentation of "Endgame."
The Spring 2020 series readings take place every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at The Bark on 507 All Saints St. The lineup includes poets, one of whom won the 2018 Florida Book Award, an FSU alum with a debut story collection, and a Pulitzer Prize winner in nonfiction.
Mathieu and Albaum joined 20 other FSU alumni who were recognized as ‘Notable Noles’ at the fall 2019 Young Alumni Awards Dinner.
The English department's Queer Studies Reading group is “an interdisciplinary, discussion-based group that investigates reading relevant to the field of queer studies and transgender studies."