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literature

  • New book by UCSB scholar paints grim picture of emotional and physical damage caused by U.S. torture

  • John Ridland publishes a new translation of the chivalric romance “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”

  • Published with colleague in France, UCSB literature scholar Cynthia Brown's new book a ‘tribute to cross-disciplinary collaboration’

  • A new book by a UC Santa Barbara scholar explores the meaning of hope amid environmental struggles in the Pacific Ocean

  • 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

  • New book of poetry by College of Creative Studies lecturer Teddy Macker paints a picture of the beauty of everyday life

  • New series will bring creative writers, humanities scholars, journalists and filmmakers to UCSB

  • 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...

  • Known for his experimental style, which often ran toward stream-of-consciousness, even punctuation-free prose, revered American author William Faulkner is a notoriously tough read.

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