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New Translations by Joshua Weiner

April 06, 2021 English

Read the newly translated release of Flight and Metamorphosis.

Robert S. Levine's New Book Listed as History Books to Lookout For Summer 2021

April 06, 2021 English

"A Failed Promise" is Listed in Summer 2021 History Publications by Library Journal.

New York Times

English Alum Elizabeth Acevedo Understands That ‘People Read Like They Eat’

April 01, 2021 English

Elizabeth Acevedo's (MFA '15) discusses reading and writing experiences with New York Times Books.

Maryland Today

Graduate Programs Highly Ranked by U.S. News

March 30, 2021 English

Counseling, criminology keep no. 1 ratings; 25 place in top 20.

Joshua Weiner and Translation Team of "Anniversary Snow" Win the Sarah Maguire Prize for Poetry In Translation

March 26, 2021 English

The Sarah Maguire Prize recognizes the best book of poetry by a living poet from Africa, Asia, Latin America or the Middle East published in English translation.

In Session

March 25, 2021 English

An internship at the Maryland General Assembly is helping English major Sumayyah Ghori ’21 prepare for a future in law.

Cecilia Shelton's Publication Selected for the Best of the Journals in Rhetoric and Composition 2021

March 23, 2021 English

Shelton and CLCS guests were awarded for their article "Dressed but Not Tryin’ to Impress: Black Women Deconstructing 'Professional' Dress"

2021 Jiménez-Porter Literary Prizes Announced

March 23, 2021 English

Congrats to our English major awardees in the prose and poetry categories.

The Diamondback

UMD English department hosts webinar on anti-racism and student activism

March 11, 2021 English

The student activism event is the latest installment of anti-racism talks.

Recent Publication by UMD English Language, Writing, and Rhetoric Faculty and Alumni

March 01, 2021 English

Nineteenth-Century American Activist Rhetorics documents rhetoric that is overtly political and oriented to social reform.