Literature Archive

Jonathan Cullick, Northern Kentucky University – Teaching To Kill A Mockingbird

On Northern Kentucky University Week: Can we learn new things from old texts? Jonathan Cullick, professor

Torsa Ghosal, California State University Sacramento – What Contemporary Literature and Science Tell Us about Forgetting

We don’t need to remember everything. Torsa Ghosal, assistant professor of English at California State University,

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

Rebecca Steinberger, Misericordia University – Reading Matt Hartley’s Eyam in Quarantine

On Misericordia University Week: Art that looks at the past can also inform the future. Rebecca

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:  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:  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