Two English Undergraduates Find their Voice through Humanities Research

by Pascale Joachim, ’23 (CLAS) In November of 2022, Sarah Bradshaw (CLAS ’23) and Judah Berl (CLAS ’23) presented at the Connecticut College, Trinity College, and Wesleyan University (CTW) Undergraduate Symposium in the Arts and Humanities, hosted at Wesleyan University. Bradshaw presented on the concept of hell versus Hell in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The idea arose […]

A Necessary Intersection: How Science Needs Humanities w/ Anna Mae Duane

by Pascale Joachim, ’23 While preparing for my conversation with Professor Duane, I was most interested in discovering what she considered to be the common thread or narrative arc of her scholarship: her research background is in African American Literature, American Literature, Childhood Studies, and Disability Studies. These topics seemed widely varied and somewhat disconnected, […]