Dr. Carolyn Miller shares a riveting presentation, "Memoir, Blog, and Selfie: Genre as Social Action in Self-Representations."
A National Endowment for the Humanities program helps UMD gather stories of survival.
In WRIT 2506, students will meet working professional authors all semester, read their work, and promote and coordinate visits to the class via Zoom.
ELWS faculty member, Elizabethada Wright, publishes research with student.
David Gore to discuss how the catastrophes recounted in Book of Mormon history can inform our notions of civic engagement.
The Program in Writing Studies hosted a lecture by Erec Smith who discussed the detriments of much anti-racist activism, pedagogy, and scholarship in Rhetorical Studies.
Alumnus Becomes Assistant Professor of Geography in Victoria, BC
ELWS Alum and Current Student to Present Research at "Listening to Voices of Protest and Critique"
Under the guidance of Assistant Professor Rebecca Boyle, University Honors students create a yearly academic journal.
ELWS faculty member explores the comics and graphic novels of Jeff Lemire.