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Honors Student Tristan Heibel Receives Research Award
The English Honors Program is delighted to announce that Tristan Heibel has received an Undergraduate Research Award to fund his Honors project, directed by Dr. Gail Orgelfinger, Senior Lecturer...
June 24, 2020
Drew Holladay Speaking at June 10 Inclusive Language Event
Drew Holladay, assistant professor of English, will be making a presentation and leading discussion as part of UMBC's virtual event, "The Evolving World of Inclusive Language" on Wednesday, June...
June 9, 2020
Congratulations UMBC Class of 2020!
Congratulations to our heroic Graduates! We are proud of your success! In addition to many undergraduate students in the English major, two students graduated this week from our Texts,...
May 21, 2020
Earl Brooks Awarded Dresher Center Summer Fellowship
Congratulations to Dr. Earl Brooks for receiving a Dresher Center Summer Fellowship for 2020! Brooks will use the fellowship to work on his book project, Black Sonorities: Rhetoric and Black...
May 11, 2020
Lindsay DiCuirci to Lead HT Lab about Online Teaching
Next week, Lindsay DiCuirci will be facilitating a conversation with faculty and staff about teaching online during the COVID-19 crisis. DiCuirci is the Humanities Teaching Lab director....
May 7, 2020
Christopher Corbett Awarded Emeritus Faculty Status
Chris Corbett, prolific journalist and Professor of the Practice in the English department for many years, has been awarded Emeritus faculty status by the university. Join us in congratulating...
April 27, 2020
This Week: English Students Presenting at URCAD 2020
This year the Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD) will be hosted online, and many English students will make presentations about their compelling research. Find all their...
April 20, 2020
McKinley Essay on Boccaccio and Coronavirus Pandemic
Published on international journalism forum The Conversation
Professor Kate McKinley discusses similarities between responses to the coronavirus pandemic and Boccaccio's accounts of the Black Plague on the international journalism forum, The Conversation. ...
April 16, 2020
The Inclusion Imperative Highlights Work of English Faculty
English Faculty Working Closely with Dresher Center
UMBC News recently reported on the Dresher Center's Inclusion Imperative--a program focused on increasing diversity and inclusion in the humanities led by Scott Casper, CAHSS Dean, and Jessica...
April 9, 2020
Need Some Creative Motivation? Join The Isolation Journals
Are you looking for some motivation and guidance to process our unique and troubling times through writing? Author Suleika Jaouad recently initiated The Isolation Journals, which sends free...
April 7, 2020
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