- Global Voices Reading Series and Academy of American Poets Prize—Sandra Lim
The Student Senate and Creative Writing Program brings Academy of American Poets Prize judge Sandra Lim to campus to read from her work and present the Academy of American Poets Prize.
- Global Voices Reading Series—Justin Torres
Come hear author Justin Torres read from his work.
- Poetry Reading: Lloyd Schwartz’s Poem Selected for Pinsky’s The Best of the Best American Poetry
Frederick S. Troy Professor of English Lloyd Schwartz will be reading his poem that was selected for The Best of the Best American Poetry, guest edited by Poet Laureate Robert Pinksy.
- English Department Colloquium
Discussion with Assistant Professor of English Salomé Skvirsky: The Aesthetic of Labor in Linduarte Noronha's Aruanda
- “Constructing the Enemy” Reading and Reception
Join us for a book reception for Dr. Rajini Srikanth's new publication, "Constructing the Enemy: Empathy/Antipathy in U.S. Literature and Law"
- Picturing the Newgate Hero in W.H. Ainsworths Jack Sheppard: A Romance
Lecturer in English Lamont Egle will discuss the portrayals of W. H. Ainsworth’s Jack Sheppard and Charles Dickens Oliver Twist in this lecture.
- English MA Students Curate Exhibit at Boston Public Library
English MA students at UMass Boston have curated a rare books exhibition that's now open at the Boston Public Library. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
- Spring 2012 Global Voices Reading Series
Readings featuring E.C. Osondu, Gail Mazur, Martha Collins, Charles Bock, and more
- 2011 Global Voices Reading Series
2011 Global Voices Reading Series
- Pulitzer Prize Winner Lloyd Schwartz Continues to Inspire
Even after winning a Pulitzer Prize, Frederick S. Troy Professor of English Lloyd Schwartz continues to inspire his UMass Boston students.
- UMass Boston Grad Students Make Reading Fun for City Kids
UMass Boston graduate students are guiding girls and boys ages 8 to 12 through graphic novels and as part of a collaboration with the Boston Public Library.
- Professor Shaun O’Connell Presents an Evolving Vision of Boston through Literature
UMass Boston Professor of English Shaun O’Connell's interpretive anthology looks at the evolving vision of Boston in the last four centuries.