2023 Thomas Wolfe Prize Recipient, Allison Hedge Coke Reading
Join the DLC Lab, DIL Lab, and the Writing Program this Wednesday October 4th from 12-1PM in Greenlaw 431 to network with fellow ECL podcast creators. Together we'll discuss available resources, offer guidance for incorporating podcasting projects into your teaching … Read more
Mariah Min, professor at Brown University, will deliver a talk entitled "No One Subs Like Gawain, Makes Race Up Like Gawain"
Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro is a Puerto Rican writer. She’s published books that promote the discussion of Afroidentity and sexual diversity. She is the Director of the Department of AfroPuertoRican Studies, a performative project of Creative Writing based at the Casa … Read more
Join the Not a Novel team on Oct. 16 at 1 in the DLC Lab (Greenlaw 321) as we talk about Friendship in media! What are the different ways friendship has been represented through time? How does media become the … Read more
A hands-on session working with Unity to explore basic design techniques, and discuss how historical factors have shaped the material constraints of digital game design technologies. How are game engines built? Why do they work the way they do? The … Read more
Please join the Digital Literacy Communications Lab (DLC) in collaboration with the Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) program for a Medieval game night at The Gathering Place. Dr. Harry Cushman, Assistant Professor of English & Comparative Literature at UNC, … Read more
A panel of alumni and current undergraduate students working on honors theses will present on their research. They will also discuss their experience conducting research and working on premodern topics and materials.
Jamie Taylor, professor at Bryn Mawr, will deliver a talk entitled "Indigenous Sovereignties in the Wife of Bath's Tale"
Informational session for Life Writing in Ireland (Summer 2024) - brief presentation followed by q&a.