By studying and creating literature in English, we enlarge our understanding of the human condition and the power of the creative imagination.
Associate Professor V.V. Ganeshananthan discusses how her new novel, Brotherless Night, explores a complex period of Sri Lankan history through an intimate lens.
An excerpt from Erica Berry's (MFA '18, creative writing) new book.
The alum and liberal arts advocate wrote and directed episodes of the thrilling new series, Extrapolations, which explores climate change’s potential impact on humanity.
Thank you to Melissa Licht (Department of English), Saje Mathieu (Department of History), and Colin McFadden (LATIS) for their outstanding contributions to Career Readiness.
This two-week, immersive career-diversity experience provides tools, values exercises, and space for 25 humanities PhD students to imagine their professional futures.
A writing workshop follow up to Eli Clare's reading
Online event to hear from Walter Nathan Essayist Rachel M. Hanson and Pink Poetry Prize winner Hannah Dierdorff!
The Esther Freier Lecture Series presents the Hugo Award-winning author of speculative fiction.
Explore the 2023 issue of the literary arts magazine and the next generation of poetry and prose writers!
The first century Jewish historian Josephus Flavius tells the story of an ancient Mesopotamian queen, Helena of Adiabene, who converted to Judaism and made a pilgrimage to…