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Matthew Kirschenbaum

Digging Into Digital Lit, Bit by Bit

English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied

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Reginald Dwayne Betts ’09 portrait

Alum Receives MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’

Poet, Lawyer, Advocate for People in Prison Reginald Dwayne Betts ’09 Awarded $625,000

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Frederick Douglass/Andrew Johnson collage

Professor's New Book Explores ‘Failed Promise’ of Reconstruction

Literary Historian Chronicles Frederick Douglass’ Disillusionment with Andrew Johnson

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Witchy Woman

Alum’s Fourth Book Explores the Occult, Addiction and Internet Covens

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Sharada Balachandran Orihuela and Kamala Harris

First Cousin

UMD English Professor Shares Memories of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and How Their Progressive, Global Family Shaped Their Paths

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This Halloween, Get Your Frightening Fix in a Flash

English Professor Contributes to New Book of Tiny Narrative Nightmares

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People observe a Planet Word exhibit

Museum’s Mission Is Louder Than Words

UMD Faculty Help Shape, to Collaborate With New D.C. Nonprofit Focused on Impact of Language

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Terps Elizabeth Acevedo MFA ’15 (top), Jason Reynolds ’05 (middle) and Roseanne A. Brown ’17 (at bottom), all had books last week in New York Times’ list of bestselling hardcover books for young adults

A Happy Ending for 3 Terp Authors

Alums Simultaneously Have New York Times Bestsellers With Young Adult Books

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Quarantine in Seventeen

Haiku Contest Looks for Quick—but Poetic—Insights on Life at Home

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Reginald Dwayne Betts

A Life of Sentences

Alum Reginald Dwayne Betts’ Time in Prison Led to a Life in Books—and the Law

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UMD campus

Graphs, Game Theory and the Scale of Everything

Computer Science, English Professors Named Guggenheim Fellows

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still from "Wild Nights With Emily"

“Wild” Woman

New Film Based on Professor’s Work Re-envisions Emily Dickinson’s Life

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