Students in Mary P. Sheridan's Digital Storytelling class are collaborating with two community partners this semester. First, they are partnering with the Frazier History Museum to promote their upcoming exhibit, What’s A Vote Worth, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
Prof. Deborah Lutz has been awarded a research fellowship (short term) from the Huntington Library, in California. She will continue research on her book project, now called "Paper Art and Craft: Victorian Writers and Their Materials," with a focus on the Huntington's collection of late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century paper crafts, especially the valentines, greeting cards, scrapbooks, and paper dolls collected by Zelda Walker Gaudin.
Mark Mattes has won a competitive “Grants to Scholars” award from the Friends of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. Dr. Mattes will use the $2,000 grant to conduct research in the Lyman Copeland Draper collections at the Wisconsin Historical Society for his book project Archival Apocrypha: Indigenous Writing and the Figure of Logan in Colonial and Native American History. This project explores the writing and archiving of information about the Cayuga-Mingo tribal leader Logan (Tachnechdorus).
Sarah Strickley has published a collection of short stories, Fall Together.
We are pleased to announce the release of Issue X of Miracle Monocle, the University of Louisville's online literary journal.
The University of Louisville Writing Center has won the Community Service Award from the College of Arts & Sciences