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  •  Our News

  • New Course Examines Black History and Literature
  • UD doctoral student uses theater to address trauma of sexual assault
  • In Memoriam: James M. Dean
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  • Six speakers, one night in Mitchell Hall
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  • Arts & Humanities Faculty Fellows named
  • Baseball and race in Baltimore
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  • Cats on a Box
  • Studying slavery
  • In Memoriam: Robert A. Day
  • Outstanding faculty
  • R is for representation
  • New named professor
  • Plant One on Me: A History of Houseplants
  • Jesse Erickson has been named editor of the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (PBSA)
  • Matthew Rinkevich Receives Award At This Year's Doctoral Hooding Ceremony
  • A Green Sanctuary
  • IN MEMORIAM: THOMAS MERRILL
  • The Department of English listed as a top Graduate Program in U.S. News and World Report
  • HOW I TEACH — WRITING
  • IN MEMORIAM: W. BRUCE FINNIE
  • Rethinking Romance Novels
  • English Major, Charlotte Schumacher, Works with Mobile Healthcare Partnership
  • Inside the assault on the Capitol: Evacuating the Senate
  • MASTER NATURALISTS
  • Dr. Wasserman awarded William Riley Parker prize by MLA
  • Three of the Outstanding Achievement Awards go to English Faculty
  • Kacey Stewart named a 2020-2021 Barra Foundation Fellow at the American Philosophical Society
  • Drs. Leitch & Duckert Weigh-In on the World's Most Misunderstood Beast
  • Faculty recognition
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  • July Fourth poetry
  • NOTES FROM THE FRONTLINE
  • Summer Reading
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  • Six Steps to Defanging Your Vampire
  • Martin Brückner named director of UD’s Winterthur Program in American Material Culture
  • Passion for journalism
  • GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP
  • IN MEMORIAM: ROBERT BENNETT
  • Students speak up
  • McKay Jenkin's Book - The Last Ridge is Heading to Hollywood
  • POET FOR ALL
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  • UD’s Visiting Playwright
  • Words take the stage
  • UD faculty experts discuss this year's prize-winning work
  • 'Words for Nerds'
  • Illuminating the Nobels
  • IN MEMORIAM: DONALD C. MELL JR.
  • Inspired By Weather
  • Inspired by weather
  • 'Death by Stereotype?'
  • Death By Stereotype?
  • Stephanie Kerschbaum receives the 2019 Leadership Award for People with Disabilities
  • IN MEMORIAM: CARL DAWSON
  • 'Moving Fictions'
  • History of black books
  • Visiting playwright
  • Wilbur Owen Sypherd Prize in the Humanities
  • Graduate research forum
  • Creating Community
  • Jesse Erickson Presents the 2019 Charles W. Mann Jr. Lecture in Book Arts
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Award
  • South by Southwest (SSW)
  • Preserving History
  • A lasting legacy
  • A Lasting Legacy
  • Power of Teacher Talk
  • Power of teacher talk
  • Voices of 1968: Preserving the Past Through Oral History
  • Futuristic Fiction
  • Beyond Books
  • UD Prof. Viet Dinh tells story of ‘war, misery, monsters’
  • Beyond books
  • Alumni Spotlight: Cynthia Tomeo
  • A record-breaking summer for undergraduate research and service
  • Celebrating achievement
  • Mellon Foundation grant
  • Named professor appointed
  • A consequential performance
  • Happy 200th birthday
  • Front Page Cafe to welcome Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnson
  • Helping hands
  • International doctoral honors
  • A model symposium
  • UD alumna, journalist headlines inaugural Front Page Café
  • 'From the Author Of'
  • An NEH 'Essential'
  • Explaining the Nobels
  • Oct. 12: Evening With Peter Balakian
  • Law School Application Workshop
  • Start the conversation about censorship and freedom to read
  • Students showcase research
  • High school history scholars
  • Record year for UD Fulbright
  • New Named Professorships for English Faculty
  • New named professorships
  • Honoring excellence
  • CAS celebrates
  • Celebrating Douglass
  • Top of the class
  • Oct. 6: 'Mysteries of Hamlet'
  • Banned Books Week Events
  • Champion of the humanities
  • Sept. 26: Creative Writing
  • Poetry's healing power
  • Trust is Key
  • 'Next Generation Ph.D.'
  • CAS celebration
  • Posters on the Hill
  • Digital humanities
  • Earth Day then and now
  • Intellectual journey
  • April 13: Scholar in the Library talk
  • Illuminating the dark
  • Advising, career center
  • March 22: 'Spotlight' on journalism
  • 'Same Story'
  • Feb. 18: Grand opening
  • David Acord CAS '94
  • Creating global conversation
  • Gilman awardees
  • Poet Laureate
  • Dinner and a book
  • Spaceship Earth
  • Making Shakespeare
  • Nobels explained
  • Nov. 9: 'Life on the Dead Beat'
  • Nov. 12: 'Intolerable Ideas'
  • Nov. 4: Culture and rhetoric
  • Oct. 29: Nobel Symposium
  • A powerful movement
  • Covering the pope
  • Signing a different tune
  • Latino Heritage Month
  • Oct. 8: Black Lives Matter
  • Historic Agreement
  • Sept. 15: Yagoda on 'The B-Side'
  • Sept. 17: Sonia Manzano to speak
  • CAS celebration
  • Growing awareness
  • Outstanding seniors
  • Flexible classrooms
  • Inside a superstorm
  • April 24-25: 'Colored Conventions' symposium
  • May 4: Spoken-word poet
  • April 13: Slavery topic of lecture
  • A double perspective
  • Costa Rican conservation
  • March 23: Bad English
  • Shakespeare's works
  • 'Transcribe Minutes'
  • March 18: Teaching grammar
  • Exploration and imagination
  • 'Early Modern Drama'
  • Wilde times in Philadelphia
  • Advancement of Knowledge
  • Lights, Camera, EARTH!
  • 'Helping the Morning'
  • Jan. 28: Poetry performance
  • Pacemaker Award
  • Sharing poetry
  • Nov. 14-22: 'Pride and Prejudice'
  • Nov. 8: 'Shakespeare Restor'd'
  • Oct. 29: Poetry reading
  • A Paige from history
  • Nov. 1: 'The Great War'
  • Power of the Victorian Press
  • Five named
  • Sept. 24: Freedom to Read
  • Sept. 22: 'Disabled Upon Arrival'
  • Sept. 22: 'Actors on Acting'
  • Poetry and Pottery
  • Research opportunity
  • Teaching and learning assessment
  • New vice provosts
  • CAS celebration
  • Applications due May 16 for UD’s summer dissertation boot camp
  • 'Poison Spring'
  • May 16: Poetry reading
  • May 12: 'A Visit With John Updike'
  • Carter featured in Gregory Family Celebration of Creative Writing
  • E-52 Student Theatre to stage Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure'
  • UDARF talk
  • UD’s Yates to discuss ‘What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shakespeare?’
  • UD colleagues remember Chuck Stone
  • Lost and found
  • Senior wins national literary prize from Evelyn Waugh Society
  • UD students encourage reading at annual literary celebration
  • Journalist, UD alumnus Peter Bailey to speak on campus
  • Senior presents ‘original staging’ production of ‘The Tempest’
  • Feb. 21-23: 'Lights, Camera, EARTH!'
  • Feb. 19: Multimedia Showcase
  • Rome appointed distinguished lecturer by Organization of American Historians
  • Sunny days
  • Nobel Lectures 2013 - Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Literary laureate
  • Literary Laureate
  • 'Random Acts of Poetry' aims to inspire students around campus
  • Oct. 25-27: 'Disability Disclosure'
  • Oct. 31, Nov. 1: Nobel Laureate
  • Oct. 16: 'Geography of Memory'
  • Oct. 11-12: Maps topic of conference
  • "Imaging Frederick Douglass" with Dr. Celeste-Marie Bernier
  • Through Nov. 17: International films
  • Chinese immigration
  • Writing Helps Students Get Past the Trauma of Disaster
  • Geography of Memory
  • Named professors
  • June 6-9:Symposium
  • May 3, 4, 10, 11: 'As You Like It'
  • Environmental humanities
  • Rita Dove
  • Welcome Rich Jones
  • Environmental Humanities
  • May 6: Coffee and verse
  • Mapping American Life
  • New Course in Fall 2013 for Students Planning to go to Law School
  • English Department Launches Three New Permanent Writing Courses
  • E-52 Student Theatre to present 'The Recruiting Officer'
  • Emancipation's legacies
  • Doctoral student receives prestigious Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Rita Dove to speak
  • April 17: Teacher Job Fair
  • Festival of Words
  • Saturday Symposium
  • Diamonds and toxins
  • Exile or immigrant?
  • UD faculty members to present 'Dancing History and Dred Scott'
  • March 16: 'Celebrating Shakespeare'
  • College of Arts and Sciences Career Networking Night announced
  • Angelou encourages University community to be 'a rainbow in the clouds'
  • English Teachers Program
  • Humanities go digital
  • Poetry and Performance in ENGL 205
  • Black History Month Extravaganza featuring Dr. Maya Angelou
  • ENGL367 "Writing the New Media"
  • Christmas Miracle
  • Spy story
  • Apply by Dec. 18 for Winter 2013 Dissertation Boot Camp set for Jan. 7-18
  • IT-ATS presents mini-conference on student engagement
  • ENGL 167 "The Dystopian Tradition in 21st Century Literature"
  • Diplomatic visit
  • UD student reporter travels on Air Force Two
  • 'RevISEd' science education
  • Saturday Symposium
  • Masterful masonry
  • Futuristic history
  • Beauty and horror
  • Celebrating the humanities
  • State arts fellowships
  • Not just for scientists
  • Knowing the Nobels
  • $880,000 grant funds project to help struggling college writers
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