Michael Anesko's exhibition, "Henry James: Commemoration," will run May 16-August 12, 2016 at the Harvard College Library.
Helen Storey has won the Stephen J. Meringoff Writing Award in Fiction. The Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers honored Helen for chapters from her recently-completed novel, Gris-Gris.
Brendan Prawdzik’s article "'Till Eyes and Tears Be the Same Things': Marvell's Spirituality and the Senses of History," has been awarded the Albert W. Fields Award for the "most accomplished" article published in Explorations in Renaissance Culture 2015
Congratulations to Scott Smith for winning the 2016 Outstanding Teaching Award for Tenure Line Faculty
Congratulations to Shirley Moody-Turner for winning the Penn State Teaching Fellow: Alumni/Student Award for Excellence in Teaching
Sandra Spanier’s recent book Kay Boyle: A Twentieth-Century Life in Letters was reviewed in TLS, March 16, 2016: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article1678669.ece
Michael Anesko’s most recent book about Henry James featured in Colm Toibin’s latest column for "The Guardian."
Chris Reed's sabbatical reading was featured in January on the "Bookshelf" page of Art Journal Open, the companion website to the quarterly Art Journal published by the College Art Association.
Paul Kellermann has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the Filipelli Institute Award for Excellence in Online Teaching
Congratulations to Carla Mulford, winner of the 2016 Malvin E. and Lea P. Banks Outstanding Teaching Award
How do you prepare for an Alt-AC career? Robert Hume and Patricia Gael talk about it in an article in "The Chronicle of Higher Education."
Cheryl Glenn has won the inaugural Lisa Ede Mentoring Award of the Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition
Congratulations to Garrett Sullivan upon his promotion to Liberal Arts Research Professor of English
Congratulations to Debbie Hawhee who has accepted a position as the McCourtney Professor of Civic Deliberation