A digital humanities student-faculty research project brings the 21st and 19th centuries together through an enigmatic poet.
From sci-fi to Shakespeare, students use digital tools to analyze and present data visually, thanks to the skills they gained from Dickinson's Digital Boot Camp.
Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence Susan Perabo will read from her new book, 'Why They Run the Way They Do,' on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m. at the Whistlestop Bookshop.
From Nicki Minaj to emojis, Molly Gorelick '19 turns a poet’s eye to all sorts of postmodern phenomena.
Assistant Professor of English Chelsea Skalak shines new light on the religion, politics and economics of marriage by digitizing accounts of married medieval saints.
Students touch physical history in Dickinson’s Archives & Special Collections.
The departments of art, creative writing, music and theatre & dance present an exciting lineup of spring events.
Martha Church ’74 is the director of the West Hartford Public Library, a career that puts her right where she wants to be.
The South Africa Race and Education Mosaic bridges two educational systems worlds apart.
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
With one of her novels turned into a major motion picture, Jennifer Howard '94, teacher by day, might be living every English major's dream.
English major and Posse Scholar Janel Pineda ’18 discusses her love of reading and storytelling, the need for greater diversity in literature and the poet with whom she’d like to break bread.
Can you track “Bieber fever” like you’d track a communicable disease? A new paper investigates the mathematical underpinnings of works in the humanities and the arts.
Meet English major John Kneisley '16, an award-winning poet who's presented research on critical-reading instruction at an international conference.
New faculty book explores the American comic book through the lens of Hollywood.
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