News & Events
William Blake Archive Announces Publication of Digital Edition of Blake’s Notebook
Blake’s newly digitized notebook offers a look at the evolution of Blake’s art throughout the Romantic Period.
Sigma Tau Delta: Applications Open for UNC’s ECL Honor Society
The quickly-growing ECL Honor Society has a ton of great events lined up for the Fall semester.
Stephanie Elizondo Griest discusses U.S. Borderlands on C-Span
Associate Professor of Creative Nonfiction Stephanie Elizondo Griest appeared on C-Span this weekend, discussing her latest book at the Brooklyn Book Festival.
Welcoming New and Visiting Faculty to the Department of English and Comparative Literature
The ECL Department welcomes Dr. Helen Cushman, Dr. Candace Epps-Robertson, and Dr. Tiber F.M. Falzett.
CURE Courses Introduce Students to Research in ECL
The two CURE courses offered this fall are ENGL 353: Metadata, Mark-up, and Mapping: Rhetoric and Digital Humanities, taught by Dr. Courtney Rivard, and ENGL 385: Literature and Law, taught by Dr. Jennifer Larson.
Come study, chat, or take a break in the new Alan Shapiro Graduate Lounge
The Shapiro Lounge will be open for graduate student use throughout the academic year.
Double Up with ECL’s Redesigned Undergraduate Major
This fall, the Department of English and Comparative Literature (ECL) began offering seven new concentrations within a newly revised major.
Prof. Jennifer Ho on WCHL’s show “Oh the Humanities”
Listen to Professor Jennifer Ho discuss the importance of multiculturalism in the humanities and the film “Crazy Rich Asians” with WCHL’s host of “On the Humanities,” Aaron Keck.
Departmental Statement on Silent Sam
On Monday August 20, 2018, the Confederate monument known as Silent Sam was toppled to the ground. ECL faculty to respond to this historic moment.
Publication: “Dangerous Conjectures: Ophelia’s Ballad Performance”
Professor David Baker and graduate students, Travis Alexander, Adam Engel, Katharine Landers, Mary Learner, and Ashley Werlinich recently published a chapter within Ballads and Performance: The Multimodal Stage in Early Modern England.
There are no upcoming events at this time.