digital humanities

Digital-humanities experts to trade ideas on campus

Jan. 27, 2019

The digital humanities—which lie at the nexus of computing and the humanities—are the subject of a symposium at the University of Colorado Boulder next month.

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Creative writing alums cultivate conjoined creativity

Dec. 6, 2018

CU Boulder alumni David Gessner and Nina de Gramont have succeeded both as authors and teachers.

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Alum blends literary prowess, political commentary

Sept. 28, 2018

While Luis Alberto Urrea was at CU Boulder, Vine Deloria mentored him on a “lifelong project” that would later become The Hummingbird’s Daughter.

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Prof wins grant to guide collaborations between instructors, museums

Aug. 19, 2018

Thora Brylowe, assistant professor of English, has won a $10,000 grant for her work in developing protocols to guide undergraduate instructors through museum-based instruction.

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English department administrator interviewed in LA Review of Books

Aug. 7, 2018

Grant Souders is not just the face you see as you step into the office of the English department in Hellems Arts & Sciences. He is also an accomplished poet, whose debut collection, Service (Tupelo Press, 2017), has been receiving some well-deserved attention.

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Alum who built CPR into statewide powerhouse retires

May 23, 2018

After 40 years as the leader and visionary of Colorado Public Radio, Max Wycisk is stepping down from his position as president on June 30.

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Marcia Douglas publishes "Becoming the Brown Girl in the Ring" in The New York Review of Books

May 7, 2018

Marcia Douglas recently published 'Becoming the Brown Girl in the Ring' in The New York Review of Books.

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English faculty at CU Boulder, elsewhere, eye curricular change

May 4, 2018

The Department of English at CU Boulder is exploring ways to improve students’ learning experiences and encourage future enrollment by studying other universities’ efforts.

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The Puritan Cosmopolis

March 16, 2018

The Puritan Cosmopolis traces a sense of kinship that emerged from within the larger realm of Puritan law and literature in late seventeenth-century New England.

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Someone Shot My Book

March 16, 2018

Approaching the practices of reading and writing from a feminist perspective, Julie Carr asks vital ethical questions about the role of poetry—and of art in general—in a violent culture.

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