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Sharing culture through languageSix speakers, one night in Mitchell HallLiteracy lessons Arts & Humanities Faculty Fellows named Baseball and race in BaltimoreFrom intern to full-time journalistEnglish Language SpecialistCats on a BoxStudying slavery In Memoriam: Robert A. DayOutstanding facultyR is for representationNew named professorPlant One on Me: A History of HouseplantsJesse 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 CeremonyA Green SanctuaryIN MEMORIAM: THOMAS MERRILLThe Department of English listed as a top Graduate Program in U.S. News and World Report HOW I TEACH — WRITINGIN MEMORIAM: W. BRUCE FINNIERethinking Romance NovelsEnglish Major, Charlotte Schumacher, Works with Mobile Healthcare PartnershipInside the assault on the Capitol: Evacuating the SenateMASTER NATURALISTSDr. Wasserman awarded William Riley Parker prize by MLAThree of the Outstanding Achievement Awards go to English FacultyKacey Stewart named a 2020-2021 Barra Foundation Fellow at the American Philosophical SocietyDrs. Leitch & Duckert Weigh-In on the World's Most Misunderstood BeastFourth of July poetryNOTES FROM THE FRONTLINESummer ReadingThe Passion Behind the PulitzersSix Steps to Defanging Your VampireMartin Brückner named director of UD’s Winterthur Program in American Material Culture GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIPIN MEMORIAM: ROBERT BENNETTMcKay Jenkin's Book - The Last Ridge is Heading to HollywoodPOET FOR ALLLIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALLUD’s Visiting PlaywrightUD faculty experts discuss this year's prize-winning workIN MEMORIAM: DONALD C. MELL JR.Inspired By WeatherDeath By Stereotype?Stephanie Kerschbaum receives the 2019 Leadership Award for People with DisabilitiesIN MEMORIAM: CARL DAWSONWilbur Owen Sypherd Prize in the HumanitiesCreating CommunityJesse Erickson Presents the 2019 Charles W. Mann Jr. Lecture in Book Arts National Endowment for the Humanities AwardSouth by Southwest (SSW)Preserving HistoryA Lasting LegacyPower of Teacher TalkVoices of 1968: Preserving the Past Through Oral HistoryFuturistic FictionBeyond BooksUD Prof. Viet Dinh tells story of ‘war, misery, monsters’Alumni Spotlight: Cynthia Tomeo A record-breaking summer for undergraduate research and serviceMellon Foundation grantNamed professor appointedA consequential performanceHappy 200th birthdayFront Page Cafe to welcome Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay JohnsonHelping handsInternational doctoral honorsA model symposiumUD alumna, journalist headlines inaugural Front Page Café'From the Author Of'An NEH 'Essential'Explaining the NobelsOct. 12: Evening With Peter BalakianLaw School Application WorkshopStart the conversation about censorship and freedom to readStudents showcase researchHigh school history scholarsRecord year for UD FulbrightNew Named Professorships for English FacultyNew named professorshipsHonoring excellenceCAS celebratesCelebrating DouglassTop of the classOct. 6: 'Mysteries of Hamlet'Banned Books Week EventsChampion of the humanitiesSept. 26: Creative WritingPoetry's healing powerTrust is Key'Next Generation Ph.D.' CAS celebrationPosters on the HillDigital humanitiesEarth Day then and nowIntellectual journeyApril 13: Scholar in the Library talkIlluminating the darkAdvising, career centerMarch 22: 'Spotlight' on journalism'Same Story'Feb. 18: Grand openingDavid Acord CAS '94Creating global conversationGilman awardeesPoet LaureateDinner and a bookSpaceship EarthMaking ShakespeareNobels explainedNov. 9: 'Life on the Dead Beat'Nov. 12: 'Intolerable Ideas'Nov. 4: Culture and rhetoricOct. 29: Nobel SymposiumA powerful movementCovering the popeSigning a different tuneLatino Heritage MonthOct. 8: Black Lives MatterHistoric AgreementSept. 15: Yagoda on 'The B-Side'Sept. 17: Sonia Manzano to speakCAS celebrationGrowing awarenessOutstanding seniorsFlexible classroomsInside a superstormApril 24-25: 'Colored Conventions' symposiumMay 4: Spoken-word poetApril 13: Slavery topic of lectureA double perspectiveCosta Rican conservationMarch 23: Bad EnglishShakespeare's works'Transcribe Minutes'March 18: Teaching grammarExploration and imagination'Early Modern Drama'Wilde times in PhiladelphiaAdvancement of KnowledgeLights, Camera, EARTH!'Helping the Morning'Jan. 28: Poetry performancePacemaker AwardSharing poetryNov. 14-22: 'Pride and Prejudice'Nov. 8: 'Shakespeare Restor'd'Oct. 29: Poetry readingA Paige from historyNov. 1: 'The Great War'Power of the Victorian PressFive namedSept. 24: Freedom to ReadSept. 22: 'Disabled Upon Arrival'Sept. 22: 'Actors on Acting'Poetry and PotteryResearch opportunityTeaching and learning assessmentNew vice provostsCAS celebrationApplications due May 16 for UD’s summer dissertation boot camp'Poison Spring'May 16: Poetry readingMay 12: 'A Visit With John Updike'Carter featured in Gregory Family Celebration of Creative WritingE-52 Student Theatre to stage Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure'UDARF talkUD’s Yates to discuss ‘What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shakespeare?’UD colleagues remember Chuck StoneLost and foundSenior wins national literary prize from Evelyn Waugh SocietyUD students encourage reading at annual literary celebrationJournalist, UD alumnus Peter Bailey to speak on campusSenior presents ‘original staging’ production of ‘The Tempest’Feb. 21-23: 'Lights, Camera, EARTH!'Feb. 19: Multimedia ShowcaseRome appointed distinguished lecturer by Organization of American HistoriansSunny daysNobel Lectures 2013 - Humanities & Social SciencesLiterary laureateLiterary Laureate'Random Acts of Poetry' aims to inspire students around campusOct. 25-27: 'Disability Disclosure'Oct. 31, Nov. 1: Nobel LaureateOct. 16: 'Geography of Memory'Oct. 11-12: Maps topic of conference"Imaging Frederick Douglass" with Dr. Celeste-Marie BernierThrough Nov. 17: International filmsChinese immigrationWriting Helps Students Get Past the Trauma of DisasterGeography of MemoryNamed professorsJune 6-9:SymposiumMay 3, 4, 10, 11: 'As You Like It'Environmental humanitiesRita DoveWelcome Rich JonesEnvironmental HumanitiesMay 6: Coffee and verseMapping American LifeNew Course in Fall 2013 for Students Planning to go to Law SchoolEnglish Department Launches Three New Permanent Writing CoursesE-52 Student Theatre to present 'The Recruiting Officer'Emancipation's legaciesDoctoral student receives prestigious Robert L. Platzman Memorial FellowshipPulitzer Prize winner Rita Dove to speakApril 17: Teacher Job FairFestival of WordsSaturday Symposium Diamonds and toxinsExile or immigrant?UD faculty members to present 'Dancing History and Dred Scott'March 16: 'Celebrating Shakespeare'College of Arts and Sciences Career Networking Night announcedAngelou encourages University community to be 'a rainbow in the clouds'English Teachers ProgramHumanities go digitalPoetry and Performance in ENGL 205Black History Month Extravaganza featuring Dr. Maya AngelouENGL367 "Writing the New Media"Christmas MiracleSpy storyApply by Dec. 18 for Winter 2013 Dissertation Boot Camp set for Jan. 7-18IT-ATS presents mini-conference on student engagementENGL 167 "The Dystopian Tradition in 21st Century Literature"Diplomatic visitUD student reporter travels on Air Force Two 'RevISEd' science educationSaturday SymposiumMasterful masonryFuturistic historyBeauty and horrorCelebrating the humanitiesState arts fellowships Not just for scientistsKnowing the Nobels$880,000 grant funds project to help struggling college writersNewsNews