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  • Texas A&M Ph.D. Student Lives Dream, Presents Research At 2023 MLA Public Humanities Incubator Showcase

    Texas A&M Ph.D. Student Lives Dream, Presents Research At 2023 MLA Public Humanities Incubator Showcase The Department of English’s Hai In Jo was among 12 graduate students selected to develop and present digital research projects contributing to public humanities scholarship at the 2023 Public Humanities Incubator Showcase in January. March 30, 2023 By Emily Chan ’25 […]

  • Four Arts & Sciences Faculty Selected As Arts & Humanities Fellows

    Four Arts & Sciences Faculty Selected As Arts & Humanities Fellows The annual grant program, launched in 2015, provides each Class of 2022 fellow with $15,000 over three years to support academic research or creative work. May 3, 2023  By Texas A&M University Research Communications and Public Relations Four Texas A&M University College of Arts and […]

  • CHECK IT OUT: Recommending Reading From The College Of Arts & Sciences

    CHECK IT OUT: Recommending Reading From The College Of Arts & Sciences Celebrate National Book Lovers Day with some suggested reading material, courtesy of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff. August 9, 2023 By Grant Hawkins ’98 To commemorate National Book Lovers Day, select faculty and staff members of the College of Arts and Sciences at […]

  • Finding A Voice: A Scholarship Continues Pulitzer Prize-Winner’s Legacy

    Finding A Voice: A Scholarship Continues Pulitzer Prize-Winner’s Legacy To help Texas A&M students continue to tell their stories, Denica Gordon-Mandel established a scholarship in the name of her grandfather and former English professor Charles Gordone. August 14, 2023 By Heather Rodriguez ’04 In a world of nearly eight billion unique voices, finding one’s own isn’t […]

  • English Faculty, Grad Students Lead Initiative To Develop Open Access Writing Curriculum

    English Faculty, Grad Students Lead Initiative To Develop Open Access Writing Curriculum Texas A&M Associate Dean and English professor Dr. Terri Pantuso is leading a collaborative $1.2 million Texas Higher Educational Coordinating Board effort to elevate student learning and improve writing instruction, reading comprehension skills and Texas Success Initiative assessment outcomes. September 7, 2023 By Reyes […]

  • Exhibition Of Works By Celebrated Texas Artist, Aggie E.M. ‘Buck’ Schiwetz Opens This Week At Stark Galleries

    Exhibition Of Works By Celebrated Texas Artist, Aggie E.M. ‘Buck’ Schiwetz Opens This Week At Stark Galleries The paintings of Schiwetz, a distinguished alumnus of Texas A&M, will be on display through Dec. 16 with a talk and reception on Sept. 28. September 25, 2023 By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications Texas […]

  • English Faculty, Grad Students Lead Initiative To Develop Open Access Writing Curriculum

    Texas A&M Associate Dean and English professor Dr. Terri Pantuso is leading a collaborative $1.2 million Texas Higher Educational Coordinating Board effort to elevate student learning and improve writing instruction, reading comprehension skills and Texas Success Initiative assessment outcomes.   English Faculty, Grad Students Lead Initiative To Develop Open Access Writing Curriculum

  • Regina Mills- ‘Across the Spider-Verse’ and the Latino legacy of Spider-Man

    Click the link to access full article: ‘Across the Spider-Verse’ and the Latino legacy of Spider-Man As a Latino literature and media scholar, a lifelong gamer and a Guatemalan-American girl whose dad read her comics every night, I quickly became a fan and then scholar of Miles Morales, the Afro-Puerto Rican Spider-Man who first appeared in […]