Prof. Anna Mae Duane is the newly appointed fourth director of the UConn Humanities Institute.
Author: Marceon Smith-Price
Prof. Igarashi, Prof. Duane Receive SCHARP Development Grant
Professor Yohei Igarashi and Professor Anna Mae Duane have both been awarded a SCHARP (Scholarship and Collaboration in Humanities and Arts Research Program) Development Grant from UConn’s Office of the Vice President for Research.
Lauren Baskin ’24 (CLAS) Admitted into University Scholar Program
Lauren Baskin ’24 (CLAS – English and Political Science), was admitted into the University Scholar Program for her research project.
Prof. Ellen Carillo featured in U.S. News & World Report
Prof. Ellen Carillo, author of “The Hidden Inequities in Labor-Based Contract Grading,” has been featured in the U.S. News & World Report article “Why Some College Writing Professors Are Ditching Traditional Grading”.
Prof. Barreca, Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS) in CLAS Connections Debut
Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor Gina Barreca and her former student Josh Couvares ’15 (CLAS) open up about their mentorship connection and love of food and literature.
Danielle Pieratti ’24 (Ph.D) Poems Featured in Piparote
English graduate student Danielle Pieratti ’24 (Ph. D) continues to make a name for herself abroad!
Prof. Anna Mae Duane Receives DEI Project Award
Prof. Anna Mae Duane receives DEI grant for her research project.
Latin American Representation in Children’s Literature
Ph.D. candidate Luisana Duarte Armendáriz discusses her recent award-winning book and how the need for representation guided her in creating these stories.
The Practicality of English in Law
Alumna Holly Wonneberger ’14 (CLAS) discusses how she is using the experience of her English degree to succeed in practicing law.
English Majors Complete Summer Research Apprenticeship
Undergraduate students Madison Bigelow ’24 (CLAS) and Joanne Biju ’23 (CLAS) discuss their experience in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Research Experience (SHARE) Summer Apprenticeship.