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UMD English Apr 19
She's at it again! alumna and National Book Award recipient Elizabeth Acevedo is going on a book tour for her new book, _With the Fire on High_. Check this article for book tour dates and to read an excerpt from the new book.
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UMD English Apr 19
This summer, learn about plays: from the stage to the page & the big screen.
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UMD English Apr 18
Learn about undergraduate internship courses offered through .
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UMD English Apr 18
Our undergrads in action! Profile on MD State Assembly Writing Interns & Thomas Lowderbaugh, who oversees the program.
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Maryland Arts & Humanities Apr 17
Edwidge Danticat & Merle Collins discus the contemporary political situation in Haiti. “When you are in the diaspora,” said Collins, “You remain connected to home.”
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Maryland Arts & Humanities Apr 18
Remembering Stanley Plumly, poet and distinguished university professor at who passed away on April 11. He was an inspiring teacher whose poems and nonfiction were celebrated for their honesty and elegance.
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UMD English Apr 18
Explore (and ) at April 27! 10-3 | Tawes Plaza ~Writing Technologies through Time! ~Make Your Mark! ~Lit Ink! (temporary tattoos with 42 familiar quotations) ~WordPlay! ~& more! 12-1 | MFA reading
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UMD English Apr 18
Today Dr. Risa Applegarth will give a talk entitled, "Kids Today: Youth Activism and Vernacular Public Memory."
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UMD English Apr 17
4/22 is the deadline for the Scholarship! Get your application in ASAP
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Maryland Arts & Humanities Apr 17
TONIGHT! Award-winning novelist Edwidge Danticat joins Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Merle Collins for an intimate and informative conversation about their lived experiences as Caribbean Americans. FREE TICKETS:
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Women's Studies UMD Apr 17
$1000 Scholarship available for UMD students - apply by Tuesday, 04/30/2019, noon.
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UMD English Apr 17
Learn how to apply principles of persuasion to the social media posts you create & encounter everyday in our summer course ENGL294!
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Maryland Arts & Humanities Apr 16
Enrich your understanding of Caribbean-American experiences & see Edwidge Danticat in conversation with Merle Collins of on 4/17. FREE TICKETS:
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UMD English Apr 16
New film based on Professor Martha Nell Smith's work re-envisions Emily Dickinson’s life.
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UMD English Apr 16
Are you a Jane Austen fan? Study her novels, films, & adaptations this summer in ENGL348G
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UMD English Apr 15
This Thursday, April 18, Dr. Risa Applegarth will give a talk entitled, "Kids Today: Youth Activism and Vernacular Public Memory."
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Maryland Arts & Humanities Apr 15
"We live in a moment of profound ecological crisis, but we are dismayingly good at reassuring ourselves by finding order in small things," says professor Gerard Passannante. Read about his & project:
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UMD English Apr 15
Stop by the today in Hornbake Plaza. See which entry will earn the title of Star Baker, Bookworm, Crumbdinger, or Whisk Taker!
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EUA_UMD Apr 15
This week at EUA: Book Club today at 5:30, discussing "After The Dance" by Leo Tolstoy. Tue at 7, General Body Meeting. Thu at 7, Creative Writing Club. Workshop week, submit your writing! All in Tawes 1134 Stay LIT! 📖
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Tita Chico Apr 14
THURSDAY. Don't miss Prof. Sharada Balachandran Orihuela's lecture, "Pirates, Narcos, and Terrorists." Thurs, 18 April 2 pm 0330 Tawes.
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