Literature Archive

Ricia Ann Chansky, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez – Community Responses After Disasters

What can communal trauma suffered in Puerto Rico teach us about the response to Covid-19? Ricia

Jean Lee Cole, Loyola University Maryland – The Woman’s Literary Club of Baltimore

On Loyola University Maryland Week: Not all book clubs are alike. Jean Lee Cole, professor of

William E. Engel, University of the South – The Printer as Author in Early Modern English Book History

On University of the South Week:Β  One man had a big effect on English Reformation printing.

Carola Daffner, University of Dayton – Female Authors During the Holocaust

German Jewish women writers still have much to tell us about the Holocaust. Carola Daffner, associate

Sarah Gardner, Mercer University – Reading During The Civil War

On Mercer University Week:Β  In tough times, it can helpful to bury your nose in a

Mary K. Holland, SUNY New Paltz – Contemporary Literature

Fictional stories can have an impact on our reality. Mary K. Holland, professor of English at

Joyce Kinkead, Utah State University – Slow Writing

Not everything has to be written digitally. Joyce Kinkead, distinguished professor in the department of English

Katelyn Knox, University of Central Arkansas – Race and National Identity in Contemporary France

How do you fight racism in a supposed post-racial society? Katelyn Knox, associate professor in the

Andrea Lanoux, Connecticut College – A New Vision of Russian Childhood Through Literature

On Connecticut College Week:Β  Even bedtime stories changed after the fall of the Soviet Union. Andrea

Lorie Vanchena, University of Kansas – World War I Poetry

We’ve seen and heard a lot of stories from WWII – but what about WWI? Lorie