News & Events
This year’s Kenan Visiting Writer, Melissa Faliveno, has a new book, TOMBOYLAND, coming out August 4th from Topple Books.
It is with a heart of renewed commitment that the Department of English and Comparative Literature issues a statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Dr. María DeGuzmán has been appointed the Eugene H. Falk Distinguished Professor, an endowed professorship bestowed by the college.
Epps-Robertson is the Associate Director of the Writing Program, Director of Writing in the Disciplines, and studies rhetoric, composition, and literacy studies.
Meet Keely Hendricks, an ECL and French and Francophone Studies double major (class of 2020) who will be teaching English in Senegal thanks to an English Teaching Assistantship through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
UNC’s Humanities for the Public Good Initiative has awarded the Humanities Professional Pathways Award to two ECL PhD students: Nora Augustine and Jane McGrail.
With the theatres dark, ECL alumna Catya McMullen is turning her creative energy in a new direction, an online charity helping those affected by COVID-19.
With all that has been happening this semester, we wanted to make sure that we took a moment to give credit to ECL’s amazing honors thesis students.
In a recent interview with The Well, ECL Professor Christopher Armitage discussed his time at Oxford with J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis.
ECL PhD candidate Geovani Ramírez has won a Diversity Award and been selected for induction into the Frank Porter Graham Honor Society.
- April 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Zoom Event