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Kamala Harris, Mass Incarceration and Me

October 20, 2020 English

English alum Dwayne Betts reflects on the complex vision of Harris' VP candidacy in the New York Times.

Scott Trudell Wins the 2020 Roland H. Bainton Prize for Literature

October 19, 2020 English

Trudell's monograph has been chosen as the recipient of the 2020 Bainton Prize for Literature by the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference.

Arts and Humanities Colloquium: Marisa Parham Discusses "Purpose, Frivolity, Futures: What, Really, is inclusion?"

October 12, 2020 College of Arts and Humanities, English

ARHU professor's talk is part of a new series centering racism, equity and justice.

English Alum Grace Aneiza Ali Publishes Book on the Women of the Guyanese Diaspora

October 07, 2020 English

Liminal Spaces: Migration and Women of the Guyanese Diaspora is Open Access.

English Alum Kian Kelley-Chung ’19 and Influential Author Victor LaValle Talk Storytelling

October 06, 2020 English

The conversation is part of a year-long Antiracism Series sponsored by the Center for Literary and Comparative Studies.

Two ARHU Alumnae Granted ACLS Postdoc Fellowships

September 29, 2020 American Studies, English

American Council of Learned Societies Emerging Voices Fellows spend one year at leading humanities research universities.

GerShun Avilez Featured in the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

September 28, 2020 English

Avilez's featured essay draws connections between Douglas T. Ward's Day of Absence and Black Lives Matter activism.

MFA Alum Named 2020 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award Winner

September 24, 2020 English

Fiction writer and University of Maryland 2019 MFA graduate Temim Fruchter is a 2020 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award winner.

Welcoming English's New Faculty and Students

September 15, 2020 English

We are glad to greet the new academic year with additions to our community.

Gabrielle Lucille Fuentes wins the 10th annual BOA Short Fiction Prize

September 14, 2020 English

Professor Gabrielle Lucille Fuentes is the winner of the tenth annual BOA Short Fiction Prize for her collection Are We Ever Our Own.