Ph.D. candidate Luisana Duarte Armendáriz discusses her recent award-winning book and how the need for representation guided her in creating these stories.
Alumna Holly Wonneberger ’14 (CLAS) discusses how she is using the experience of her English degree to succeed in practicing law.
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.
Professor Greg Semenza honors the Renaissance scholar who passed away earlier this year.
We’d like to thank Emily Graham, Class of 2022, for being this year’s author of Off the Page. We asked her a couple of our favorite questions – Why English and Why UConn – and here are her answers. We wish her the best of luck as she leaves the Nutmeg State to continue her […]
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 […]
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) Freshly graduated from UConn, Sophia Gabriel ‘21 (CLAS) sat down with Emily Graham to discuss post-graduation life, having a job during a pandemic, and how an English major is what got her to today. After she graduated from UConn Storrs with a double major in English and American Studies, Sophia […]