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The course gave students firsthand experience in field research and brought creative writing together with the marine sciences.
Can the world of video games connect to the world of ECL? As Joi Dunston’s story demonstrates, a humanistic perspective can contribute quite a lot to the world of video games and eSports.
Coleman joined the ECL faculty in 1990. The department has set up a memorial page where his students and colleagues can share tributes.
This updated article includes a video, narrated by Professor Daniel Wallace, showing the machines in action.
Spencer served as a visiting writer in UNC’s creative writing department from 1986 to 1992. A funeral service will be held on February 1.
The Department of English & Comparative Literature fully endorses the statement composed by the council of chairs of the College of Arts and Sciences of UNC Chapel Hill.
Professor Gabrielle Calvocoressi and undergraduate Marina Greenfeld worked together to create the chapbook “Bounty Everlasting.”
Meet Sophia Purut, this week’s undergraduate student spotlight! Sophia interned for W. W. Norton over the summer.
NASA astronaut candidate Zena Cardman discusses her time with ECL and how creative writing and science have worked together in her career.
Students in two sections of ECL’s new ENGL 105i course, Writing in the Digital Humanities, presented their work at academic conferences.
- November 29 @ 5:30 pm Center for Dramatic Art Rm 101
- December 1 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Donovan Lounge, Greenlaw 233
- February 9, 2023 @ 3:30 pm Donovan Lounge, Greenlaw 233