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English

  • UCSB scholar Alan Liu’s 4Humanities initiative sees success with new student contest

  • A sneak peek at life as an English major at UCSB.
    A sneak peek at life as an English major at UCSB.

    Go inside the UCSB English Department, where an inclusive, interdisciplinary culture challenges students and supports them all the way.

  • UCSB English professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones discusses the fascination with self-destruction in science fiction
    UCSB English professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones discusses the fascination with self-destruction in science fiction

    A new book by English Professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones examines the concept of suicide in science fiction

  • English scholar publishes volume of selected works by Hungarian poet and Holocaust victim Miklós Radnóti

  • Award-winning book analyzes the communication systems that shaped events — and sensibilities — in the period leading up to American Revolution

  • Irina Vladi Wender

    Second and third generations experience a separate but related event, and must find a way to live with the history

  • Two hundred and twenty-five years ago, James Madison, statesman, political theorist and future fourth president of the United States, penned a series of amendments — 17 in all — designed to guarantee each citizen’s personal freedoms and to limit...

  • In her new book, “The Signifying Eye,” professor of English Candace Waid shows author William Faulkner’s art take shape in sweeping arcs of social, labor, and aesthetic history. Reading his work next to writers including Edith Wharton and Willa...

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