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Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing

Mary Isbell
English|Spring 2021

Syllabus and assignments for students enrolled in Dr. Isbell’s Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing

Thinking Historically about Covid-19

Matt Wranovix
Humanities and Social Sciences|HIST 1000|Spring 2021

The purpose of this course will be to help students think historically. When historians study the past, they are invariably affected by their current moment. In turn, the study of the past enables us to see the […]

Art of the Review

Mary Isbell
English|ENGL 2270|Fall 2020

English 2270

Digital Humanities Lab

Mary Isbell
Communication, Film & Media Studies|English|Humanities and Social Sciences|Performing Arts|ENGL 4489|Spring 2021

The digital humanities lab is a 1-credit course designed to help students discover digital tools and techniques that they can apply to any discipline they are exploring at the university. Students in the […]

Pandemic as Social Mirror

D. Edward Davis
Art & Design|Biology & Environmental Science|Communication, Film & Media Studies|English|Humanities and Social Sciences|Mathematics and Physics|Performing Arts|Psychology|Summer 2020

In early 2020, Covid-19 swept across the globe and changed our world. Almost overnight, “life” went virtual, and the pandemic highlighted complex issues of politics, leadership, education, race, and class. Maj […]

ENGL 1104/1112/1113 and AEPP Collaboration Space

ENGL 1104/1112/1113 and AEPP Collaboration Space

Melissa Sloat
English|Fall 2019

We will share our projects, insights, and tools in this space. Please see our sister site at https://unewhavendh.org/hours-away-from-home/

English 1114 Research Spotlight

Cara Miele
English|Fall 2019

This is a course space for 1114 students to share their research in a digital space.

Honors Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing (Fall 2019)

Honors Seminar in Academic Inquiry and Writing (Fall 2019)

Mary Isbell
English|HNRS 1112|Fall 2019

This course provides a space for students enrolled in a section of HNRS 1112 in Fall 2019 to join discussions about texts and assignments common to all sections.