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“My experience with literature has been a willingness to sit in the discomfort of someone else’s experience… Reading and literature have helped me to seek out different ways that people contextualize and make meaning from their experiences.”
Meet Emily Sferra! Emily is an ECL PhD student researching female friendships in 19th century British novels.
Dan Anderson’s new project, Video Scholarship and Screen Composing, takes up digital composing with a deliberate emphasis on bringing the expectations associated with print.
Get to know the DOECL’s Professor Kym Weed!
Tyree Daye, Teaching Assistant Professor of Creative Writing was surprised last semester when his class gifted him with a chapbook of their poems.
Meet Alexis Dumain, Psychology and English and Comparative Literature double major!
“It was very crucial for me to remember who I was as a writer, who I am as a person, where I want to go, who I’m looking to reach with my work—and I think that was something that I got better at understanding each English class I took.”
Asian American Center Director Dr. Heidi Kim on March 16 shootings in Atlanta. It gives me great sorrow to write to all of you again about anti-Asian violence, but I wanted to reach out in the wake of last night’s shootings.
PhD candidate Sean DiLeonardi discusses his experience writing his dissertation during the pandemic.
Honors English and Comparative Literature students tell their experiences of writing their senior theses during the pandemic.
- 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