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.
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”.
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.
Prof. Anna Mae Duane receives DEI grant for her research project.
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.
Professor Emerita Marilyn Nelson has won the prestigious award from the Academy of American Poets.
Aetna Chair of Writing Brenda Brueggemann and alumni Jess Gallagher ’22 (CLAS) and Matt Iannantuoni ’22 (CLAS) discuss their research in the Mansfield Training School and its local significance, highlighting the history of disability visibility in the UConn community.
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.