News & Events
On October 21, ECL Teaching Associate Professor Michael Keenan Gutierrez made an appearance on the Institute for the Arts and Humanities podcast.
A recently published list of ten classic novels by North Carolina writers features five graduates of the Department of English & Comparative Literature.
Thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, ECL Professor Hilary Lithgow is codirecting the “Troops to Teachers” project at the National Humanities Center.
Two of the four Distinguished Alumni selected as part of UNC’s University Day celebration—Jill C. McCorkle and Robert D. Newman—are graduates of the Department of English & Comparative Literature.
Students with an interest in oral history, folklore, and languages are invited to the Scottish Gaelic Studies Symposium on October 22, part of a series of programs promoting Scottish culture and language.
ECL faculty and graduate students connected with the public to explore Austen’s novel and its afterlives through academic presentations and a range of other activities.
This Friday, October 4, come learn about the programs available in English & Comparative Literature and join us in celebrating the department’s history.
Sculptor Patrick Dougherty, who holds a BA from UNC’s Department of English & Comparative Literature, displayed a large-scale art installation outside the Ackland Art Museum this August.
Professor Jordynn Jack discusses her new book “Raveling the Brain: Toward a Transdisciplinary Neurorhetoric.”
Acclaimed writer Dorothy Allison will deliver this year’s Thomas Wolfe lecture next Tuesday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m.
- February 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Genome Science Building