Christopher Wise

Western Washington University Professor of English Christopher Wise published his new book, “Sorcery, Totem, and Johad in African Philosophy,” in March through Bloomsbury Publishing.  

“I wrote this book because of my concern for what happened in Mali, a country in…

Christopher Wise, of professor of English at Western Washington University, gave a speech titled "Al Hajj Sekou Tall and Yambo Ouologuem: Violence and the Islamic Public Sphere in West Africa" at Stanford University on April 4, 2014.

The final sequence of Eran Riklis' poignant 2008 film Lemon Tree, based on actual events, is symptomatic of the hidden dynamics of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel's defence minister, who moves with his family to a new house on the occupied West Bank, deems the neighbouring…

Christopher Wise, a professor of English at Western Washington University, recently had his article "The Spirit of Zionism: Derrida, Ruah, and The Purloined Birthright" published in "Deconstructing Zionism: A Critique of Political Metaphysics" (edited by Gianni Vattimo &…

The following faculty members should have received a memo from Jana Schueler of the Registrar's Office confirming their attendance at fall commencement on Dec. 14: Beth Boland, Randall Burtz, Brandon Dupont, Jasmine Goodnow, Thor Hansen, Jill Heckathorn, Dave Hirsch, Liz Mogford, Deb Nelli, Tom…

Christopher Wise is a professor of English at Western Washington University.

Christopher Wise, a professor of English and comparative literature at Western Washington University, will present "Leo Africanus In Timbuktu: The Askiyas of the Songhay Dynasty," hosted by Western Libraries, as the winter 2013 Reading Series program from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb…

Behold the 2013 Summer Research Grant and Summer Teaching Grant awardees:
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Christopher Wise, a professor of English at Western Washington University, recently had an article published titled "The Wild West: The Assassination of the Outlaw Osama bin Laden by the President Barack Obama" in Arena Magazine, No. 112 (2011): 5-6.

Christopher Wise, an English professor at Western Washington University, has been one of the organizers for the Bellingham community's recognition and numerous events about the forced removal of the Chinese from the Puget Sound region around 1885.

"Emerald Bay," a ballet…

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