A UConn expert explains how environmentalist ideas can be weaponized in pursuit of a fascist political agenda.
Our department accomplishments between February 2022 and July 2022, featuring faculty and graduate students.
Please join us in congratulating Professor Emerita Lynn Bloom on her new book, “Recipe“, with Bloomsbury Academic Publishing. In the book, Bloom examines of the social and cultural aspects of recipes.
In addition to recently winning the Publishing Triangle’s Judy Grahn Award for Lesbian Nonfiction, Professor Briona Jones has just won a Lammy in the LGBTQ Anthology category.
We are proud to recognize Briona Jones for winning the Publishing Triangle’s Judy Grahn Award for Lesbian Nonfiction. Briona won this award for her anthology, Mouths of Rain: An Anthology of Black Lesbian Thought. Congratulations, Briona!
It was announced this month that Prof. Jason Courtmanche has won this year’s Alumni Faculty Excellence Award in the Undergraduate Teaching category. Congratulations, Professor!
WGSS Professor Briona Jones was nominated for a 2022 Lambda Literary Award for her work, Mouths of Rain: An Anthology of Black Lesbian Thought. Mouths of Rain is a finalist in the LGBTQ Anthology category for the 34th Annual Lambda Literary Awards. The finalists were selected by a panel of over 60 literary professionals from […]
Associate English Professor Ellen Litman was recently featured in UConn Today to provide a Russian-American perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Compelled to write about what she is witnessing since the beginning of the invasion, she has been keeping a public diary to share smaller news-stories and her own insights.
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) Eager to see the programs at UConn Stamford, we recently welcomed the newly-hired Professor Suzanne Barnett. What is it like to work at a regional campus? What are her academic interests? These are all questions that we’re dying to figure out! “If you told someone who knew me as […]
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) Wanting to learn more about our newest addition to UConn Waterbury’s English department, we asked Professor Sam Sommers about her own academic interests, what interested her about UConn, and what she hopes to gain through her teaching. Sam Sommers, an Assistant Professor in Residence at UConn Waterbury, was already […]