Teaching (MAT) English to Speakers of Other Languages
Read about Esaú Israel Bustamante Martínez's experience as a student in the MAT TESOL program and his research on the English language ideologies, specifically on practices in Oaxaca, Mexico, Bustamante Martínez’s hometown.
Read about Joseph O’Day, a Master's of English student with a specialization in creative writing. His graduate thesis is a collection of personal essays titled, “From the Inside” which focus on everything from work to writing, reading, and his family and relationships. Several of the pieces in the collection have already appeared in publications such as Adelaide Literary Magazine, Biostories, Focus on Faulkner, and The Salem News.
Read about the story of Chantelle D. Escobar-Leswell, an international student from Scotland studying in the Master of Arts in the English Program at Salem State. She was invited to present at the American Literature Association Symposium this September in New Orleans to discuss her project “Life Imitates Art: Twenty-first Century Respect for Richard Brautigan’s Absurdism,” which explores the work of Richard Brautigan through a 21st-century lens and asserts its relevance in contemporary culture.